Bithiah is mentioned once by name in scripture, in 1 Chronicles 4:18, as being the Pharaoh's daughter and married to Mered, an Israelite of the Tribe of Judah.
According to Judaic traditions and writings, she was an Egyptian princess and was the person who drew Moses out of the Nile in Exodus 2:10, gave him the name of Moses, and became his foster mother.
The name Bithiah means "daughter of Yah."
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