Naamah (wife of Solomon)
Naamah (Hebrew: נַעֲמָה, romanized: Na'amah, lit. 'pleasant; lovely') was one of the 700 wives and concubines of King Solomon and mother of his heir, Rehoboam, according to both 1 Kings 14:21-31, and 2 Chronicles 12:13 in the Hebrew Bible. She was an Ammonite, and the only one of all the Queen Mothers of Israel or Judah who was a foreigner. She was also the only one of Solomon's wives to be mentioned, within the Hebrew Bible, as having borne a child.
Namaah was the daughter of Lamech in Genesis, and in Rabbinic literature is said to be the wife of Noah.
Naamah, a princess of Ammon, (part of present day Jordan) who arrives in Jerusalem at age fourteen to marry King Solomon and of all his wives becomes the mother of his dynasty, is the narrator of Aryeh Lev Stollman's novel published by Aryeh Nir/Modan (Tel Aviv) in Hebrew translation under the title Divrei Y'mai Naamah (דברי ימי נעמה).