It derives from the Hebrew
pathah, he opened, and it literally means "God
opens." Which judge's name is it?
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Jephthah was one of the biblical judges
of Israel. The name derives from the Hebrew Yiphtah, God opens, which in turn derives from the
Hebrew pathah, he opened.
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