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  • proper n. A daughter of Zelophehad.
  • proper n. A town in Israel
  • proper n. A female given name of biblical origin.


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From Hebrew meaning "pleasant"


  • My new version of my Linden Blossom soliflore is going to be called Tirzah, which is the name of the lindern tree in Hebrew, and also a beautiful women’s name.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • We will celebrate the launch Ayala Moriel’s new soliflore perfume, Tirzah, which is a linden blossom single-note with fresh woody accents.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • My plans are to release three more soliflores, which I am going to try hard not to reveal their identities too soon; I will just tell you that one of them will come in the spring, and it’s called Tirzah – a linden blossom soliflore.

    Perfumer's Year End Review and an Outlook to 2007

  • Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah come forward to appeal this regulation, stating their case in front of the sacred tent of meeting in the presence of Moses, Eleazar the priest, the leaders, and indeed the whole community (Num 27: 2).

    Daughters of Zelophehad: Bible.

  • Rotterdam: 2000, 119 – 141; Meacham (Yoreh), Tirzah.

    Gender Identity In Halakhic Discourse.

  • It is not a coincedence that the first theme for my perfumed teas was linden, to accompany the launch of Tirzah.

    Floral Tea Notes

  • Tirzah perfume and tea are now officially discontinued.

    Last Bottle of Tirzah

  • Tirzah is a linden blossom soliflore with a woody floral green-tea like aroma.

    Last Bottle of Tirzah

  • Tirzah and Gaucho teas are out of stock and will not be produced again in the foreseeable future.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Synopsis: Two male scientists (Kane and Ajit) and a woman captain (Tirzah) are on a deep space mission to explore a black hole.

    REVIEW: Between Worlds edited by Robert Silverberg


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