Definition of Rehoboth
: a member of a community or company of peoples in southwestern Africa of mixed European and African origin
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Origin and Etymology of rehoboth
probably after Rehoboth, site where Isaac dug a well for which the herdsmen of Abimelech did not fight and that he named (Genesis 26:22), from Hebrew Rĕḥōbhōth, literally, wide spaces
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