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If the name was acquired in her adult years, it was perhaps after being abandoned by her parents and surviving as young women often do in that situation. If not a slave, she probably made a good living at her feminine wiles. According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, Delilah's name has "become synonymous with a voluptuous, treacherous woman".  The use of the name "Delilah" to connote deceit or betrayal can be found in works such as H. G. Wells' The Invisible Man (1897), the Tom Jones song " Delilah" (1968), Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera (1986), and Pat Conroy's Beach Music (1995).   In One Thousand and One Nights, her name is applied to cunning women. 
Smith, Preserved (1930). A History of Modern Culture. Cambridge, ENG, UK: Cambridge University Press. p.387. ISBN 978-1-108-07464-3.
I am a Domme, not a hooker. Do not make the mistake of forgetting that. Do not think that any amount of money would change that. Only call me if you are a slave or sub who is looking to be dominated. If you have ever met me or sessioned with me, you will understand when I explain, nobody makes that mistake twice. a b c d e f g Leneman, Helen (2000). "Portrayals of Power in the Stories of Delilah and Bathsheba: Seduction in Song". In Aichele, George (ed.). Culture, Entertainment, and the Bible. Sheffield, ENG, UK: Sheffield Academic Press. p.153. ISBN 1-84127-075-X.
Delilah was a woman of Sorek.  She is the only woman in Samson's story who is named.  The Bible says that Samson loved her ( Judges 16:4) but not that she loved him.  The two were not said to be married  and the idea that they had a sexual relationship is, in the words of Josey Bridges Snyder, "at most implicit in the biblical text".  The lords of the Philistines bribed her to discover the source of Samson's great strength, each offering to give her 1,100 silver coins.   Three times she failed.  When asked the secret of his strength, Samson began to lie. It is not clear if he knew that God would fail to honor his faith if his hair was cut (he had broken the vows hei mother had made for him many times over in other ways), but his action show he suspected the outward sign was a giveaway. However, in his usual manner, he talked in riddles, each time getting closer to the truth. First he told her that if he were bound with seven green strips of wood woven together, he could not escape. a b c d e f Bechtel, Lyn M. "Delilah:Midrash and Aggadah". Jewish Women's Archive . Retrieved November 1, 2017.a b Crowther, Bosley (December 22, 1949). "The screen: lavish de Mille film arrives; 'Samson and Delilah' Has Its Premiere at Two Theatres, Rivoli and Paramount". The New York Times . Retrieved October 1, 2017.