A biblical character from the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Rebekah was the daughter of Bethuel and Reumah She was choosen by a servant of Abraham's to be the wife of Issac. She befriends the servent and his cammels beside a well. After the betrothal is set Rebekah returns with the servant to meet her future husband. She enters Sarah's tent where her husband sees and "loved" her, making her the first woman in the bible to have marital love proclaimed for her.

After twenty years during which Rebekah was barren Issac prayed on behaft of her, and God told Rebekah that that she had two nations in her womb, making her the only matriarch wife to recieve a direct message from God. She had two sons, Esau who was a hunter, and Jacob who was a plain man. Isaac favored Esau, while Rebekah favored Jacob. With Rebekah's help, Jacob tricked Esau out of his birthright, and his father's blessing.