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Leah

Leah in the Bible, the eldest daughter of Laban and sister of Rachel, who by a trick became the first wife of Jacob.

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Leah

Leah (lē´ə), in the Bible, Laban's elder, less beautiful daughter and Jacob's first wife.

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