Jehudijah

JEHUDIJAH je’ hə dī’ jə (יְהֻדִיָּ֗ה). The word means “the woman of Judah,” and is not a proper name (1 Chron 4:18). The KJV has Jehudijah; KJV, ASV have “the Jewess”; RSV “his Jewish wife.” The word is prob. used to distinguish the woman from the Egyp. mentioned in this verse.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

(1Ch 4:18 the King James Version).

See HA-JEHUDIJAH.