wife of Hadad, one of the kings of Edom (Gen. 36:39).
It was a long walk for a little boy of four, but sometimes his sister mehetabel, now thirteen years old, carried him on her back.
His wife's name was mehetabel, the daughter of Matred, the daughter of Mezahab.
His sister mehetabel, who was now married, lived near this uncle, so James could make his home with her.
Three other children were in this home in the forest already; mehetabel, Thomas, and Mary.
Take, for instance, the case of mehetabel Wesley, the younger sister of the celebrated founder of Wesleyanism.
"Mother always makes fools of Roxy's children," said mehetabel, puffing zealously under the tea kettle.
But that the third, mehetabel, should likewise be silent is distinctly puzzling.