The Lad (sometimes spelled Lad) is a Hebrew name meaning “the man of the house.”
It was the name of a wealthy family that owned a vineyard near the city of Nablus, according to an article in the Lad Bible.
The Lad’s family was one of the first Jews to come to Palestine, and it has been part of Judaism since the seventh century BC.
Today, the Lad is recognized as the patriarch of Judaism.
The family had two sons, and one daughter, according the Lad’s Bible, which is considered the oldest Hebrew bible.
The sons had two daughters, but one died in infancy.
The daughter, who was called the “daughter of the Lad,” gave birth to three sons and one son-in-law, the bible says.
The oldest son died at the age of 22, and the youngest one died at 22 years old.
The two youngest sons married and had two more sons.
The eldest son died in his 50s, and his wife died at 82 years old, according.
The Lad Bible states that the Lad and his family were wealthy.
The Bible also says that the eldest son’s wife gave birth in the presence of her sons, who were also in the home, and “the lad, the elder, died.”
The Lad died when he was 20 years old because of a complication of his heart condition.
The bible states that when his wife was dying, he took the youngest son to the place of his death, and buried him in the family vineyard.