The baby name Jehosheba is a girl name, 4 syllables long and is pronounced "juh-HO-shuh-buh".
Jehosheba is Hebrew in Origin.
Jehosheba is a Hebrew name that means "Yahweh is an oath." It is a biblical name that appears in the Old Testament as the name of a woman who was the daughter of King Jehoram of Judah and the wife of Jehoiada the priest. According to the Bible, Jehosheba saved her nephew Joash from being killed by his grandmother Athaliah, who was trying to seize the throne of Judah. Jehosheba hid Joash in the temple for six years until he was old enough to become king.
Jehosheba is a feminine name that is pronounced jeh-ho-SHEE-bah. It is a relatively uncommon name and is not currently ranked in the top 1000 names for girls in the United States. The name is composed of two elements: "Jeho," which is a shortened form of the name Yahweh, the Hebrew name for God, and "sheba," which means "oath" or "seven." The name may also be spelled Jehoshabeath or Jehoshabeath.
The name Jehosheba has a rich biblical history and is a testament to the bravery and faith of the woman who bore it. It is a unique and meaningful name that would be a great choice for parents looking for a name with a strong spiritual significance. The name's pronunciation and spelling may be challenging for some, but its distinctive sound and powerful meaning make it a name worth considering.
Jehosheba has the following similar or variant Names
- Jehoshabeath |
- Jehoshebeth |