Crossword clues for leah
- Zebulun's mother, in the Bible
- Title girl in a 1962 Roy Orbison hit
- Jacob's wife
- One of Laban's daughters
- Daughter of 28-Down
- Matriarch of six of the 12 Tribes of Israel
- Daughter of Laban, in the Bible
- Woman's name meaning "weary" in Hebrew
- "Dressing Rich" author Feldon
- Sister of Rachel, in the Bible
- "The King of Queens" co-star Remini
- In-law of Esau
- Wife of Jacob and in-law of 25-Across
- Jacob's substitute bride
- A wife of Jacob
- Title woman of a 1962 Roy Orbison hit
- Sculpture by Michelangelo
- Jacob's first mate
- Laban's elder daughter
- Girl's name meaning "weary"
- A daughter of Laban
- One of Esau's in-laws
- Laban's daughter
- Genesis matriarch
- Wife of Jacob
- Levi's mother
- Rachel's older sister
- Jacob's first wife
- One of Jacob's wives
- Matriarch buried at Hebron
- Ancestress of six tribes of Israel
- Daughter of Laban
- Biblical name meaning "weary"
- Rachel's sister
- Mother of Judah
- Mother of Levi and Judah
- Rachel's sister, in the Bible
- Judah's mother
- Mrs. Rabin
- "Does This Make Me Look Fat?" author Feldon
- Mrs. Rabin of Israel
- Mother of Reuben and Simeon
- First wife of Jacob
- Sister of Rachel
- Actress Remini of "The King of Queens"
Leah ( ISO 259-3Leˀa; La'ya; from ), as described in the Hebrew Bible, is the first of the two concurrent wives of the Hebrew patriarch Jacob and mother of six sons whose descendants became some of the Twelve Tribes of Israel, along with one daughter, Dinah. Leah was the daughter of Laban and the older sister of Rachel, whom Jacob also married.
Leah is the first wife of the Biblical patriarch Jacob.
Leah may also refer to:
- Leah (given name)
- Leah, a sculpture by Michelangelo
- John Leah (born 1978), English footballer
- Sandy Leah (born 1983), Brazilian singer, songwriter, producer, and actress
- Leah (album), only album released by Leah Hayward
- Leah, an 8" refractor telescope at the Chabot Space and Science Center
- Leah, Iran, a village in Gilan Province, Iran
- Leah, New Hampshire, a fictional town created by Thomas Williams (writer) and depicted in Leah, New Hampshire: Collected Stories Of Thomas Williams
- Leah, one of the main characters in Shimmer and Shine
- "Leah," a 1962 Roy Orbison song
- "Leah", a song by Bruce Springsteen from Devils & Dust
"Leah" is the debut and only album ever released by Leah Haywood in Australia. Originally, the album was meant to be titled off one of the album tracks called "My Own Thing" but was changed closer to the release date. One of the tracks on the album titled "One Word" was featured on the second Australian soundtrack release of the American hit show Dawson's Creek. "Leah" fared rather poorly debuting and only peaking at #40 on the Australian ARIA album charts despite quite a large amount of promotion and positive reviews from music critics. All of the tracks with the exception of "Take A Chance" (which was solely written by Leah herself) were co-written by Leah and other songwriters and producers including Paul Begaud and Jorgen Eloffson.
The run times for the tracks "Just To Make You", "One Word", "Missing You" and "Take A Chance" are slightly below what is printed in the track listing. Particularly the track "Just To Make You" runs only for 3 minutes and 40 seconds instead 4 minutes and 10 seconds as stated in the list. Despite the track "Takin Back What's Mine" being stated as the "album version", there is literally no difference between the single released version and the one on the album.
Leah is a female given name which has likely derived from the Hebrew word לְאָה (le'ah) meaning "weary". Alternatively, it might derive from a Chaldean name meaning "mistress" or "ruler" in Akkadian.
- Lea – Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Slovene, Swedish, Polish
- Léa – French
- Leah – English, Hebrew
- Leia – Koine Greek
- Lėja – Lithuanian
- Lia – Ecclesiastical Latin, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian
- Lía – Galician
- Λεία (Lia) – Greek
- Liia – Estonian
The Leah is a sculpture by Michelangelo of the Old Testament figure Leah. Like the Rachel, it was part of the final, 1542-45 design for the tomb of Pope Julius II in San Pietro in Vincoli, on which it still remains.