Easton's Bible Dictionary
Torches. Deborah is called "the wife of Lapidoth" (Judges 4:4 ). Some have rendered the expression "a woman of a fiery spirit," under the supposition that Lapidoth is not a proper name, a woman of a torch-like spirit.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
("torches".) Deborah's husband (Judges 4:5).
Holman Bible Dictionary
(la' pih dohth) Personal name meaning “lightnings.” Deborah's husband (Judges 4:4 ).
The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
The husband of Deborah, (Judges 4:4) The name, it should seem, means light, or enlightened, from Leppad.
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Morrish Bible Dictionary
Husband of Deborah the prophetess. Judges 4:4 .
- (lap' pih dohth) Transliteration in modern translations for Lapidoth
. See Lapidoth
- Deborah is called "the wife of Lapidoth
" (Judges 4:4 ). Some have rendered the expression "a woman of a fiery spirit," under the supposition that Lapidoth
is not a proper name, a woman of a torch-like spirit
- Hebrew prophetess, wife of Lapidoth
, highly venerated by the divided Israelite tribes, among whom she acted as judge
- The eminent prophetess, whose history is recorded Judges 4and 5She was the wife of Lapidoth
- a prophetess, wife of Lapidoth
, judged the Israelites, and dwelt under a palm tree between Ramah and Bethel, Judges 4:4-5
A prophetess, "wife" (woman?) of Lapidoth
. (See Lapidoth
, JABIN 
- Wife of Lapidoth
: she became a 'mother in Israel,' and was a prophetess and 'judged Israel;' it was she who incited Barak to attack Jabin, who had oppressed Israel twenty years
- A prophetess, the wife of Lapidoth
, who judged Israel
- A prophetess, and wife of Lapidoth
, judged the Israelites, and dwelt under a palm-tree between Ramah and Bethel, Judges 4:4,5
was probably her husband, and not Barak as some say
- Deborah, the leader of Israel, is identified as a prophetess, a judge, and the wife of Lapidoth
(Judges 4:4 )
- Wife of Lapidoth
; "a mother in Israel," a patriotic and inspired heroine like Miriam