Luluwa

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Luluwa "Pearl" was the first daughter of Adam and Eve in the Abrahamic religions. She is sometimes called Aclima or Kalmana. She was also the sister and wife of Abel. Luluwa was married to Abel, then when Abel died she married Cain.[1]

She is not mentioned in the writings that became the Bible.

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  1. Amaru, Betsy Halpern. "The First Woman, Wives, and Mothers in" Jubilees"." Journal of Biblical literature 113.4 (1994): 609-626.