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  • On the fourth day they rose early in the morning and he prepared to go. But the girl's father said to his son-in-law, "Fortify yourself with a little food; you can go later on." (Judges 19, 5)




  • So they stayed and the two men ate and drank together. Then the girl's father said to the husband, "Why not decide to spend the night here and enjoy yourself?" (Judges 19, 6)

  • On the fifth morning he rose early to depart, but the girl's father said, "Fortify yourself and tarry until the afternoon." When he and his father-in-law had eaten, (Judges 19, 8)

  • and the husband was ready to go with his concubine and servant, the girl's father said to him, "It is already growing dusk. Stay for the night. See, the day is coming to an end. Spend the night here and enjoy yourself. Early tomorrow you can start your journey home." (Judges 19, 9)

  • Boaz asked the overseer of his harvesters, "Whose girl is this?" (Ruth 2, 5)

  • The overseer of the harvesters answered, "She is the Moabite girl who returned from the plateau of Moab with Naomi. (Ruth 2, 6)

  • With the offspring the LORD will give you from this girl, may your house become like the house of Perez, whom Tamar bore to Judah." (Ruth 4, 12)




  • So they sought for a beautiful girl throughout the territory of Israel, and found Abishag the Shunamite, whom they brought to the king. (1 Kings 1, 3)

  • Now the Arameans had captured from the land of Israel in a raid a little girl, who became the servant of Naaman's wife. (2 Kings 5, 2)

  • Naaman went and told his lord just what the slave girl from the land of Israel had said. (2 Kings 5, 4)

  • but no other child. Since you are Sarah's closest relative, you before all other men have the right to marry her. Also, her father's estate is rightfully yours to inherit. Now the girl is sensible, courageous, and very beautiful; and her father loves her dearly." (Tobit 6, 12)

  • He continued: "Since you have the right to marry her, listen to me, brother. Tonight I will ask the girl's father to let us have her as your bride. When we return from Rages, we will hold the wedding feast for her. I know that Raguel cannot keep her from you or let her become engaged to another man; that would be a capital crime according to the decree in the Book of Moses, and he knows that it is your right, before all other men, to marry his daughter. So heed my words, brother; tonight we must speak for the girl, so that we may have her engaged to you. And when we return from Rages, we will take her and bring her back with us to your house." (Tobit 6, 13)




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