Tabitha

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Tabitha
Definition
Proper noun 
A woman who was, according to the Bible, restored to life by Peter.
Etymology
Proper noun 
A female given name of biblical origin.
Etymology
Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Other
Etymology
From Aramaic טביתא ‎(Ṭabītā’, “doe, roe, gazelle”), translated as Dorcas in the Bible.
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