||His brother's name was Yuval. He was the ancestor of all who play the harp and flute.
Veshem achiv Yuval hu hayah avi kol-tofes kinor ve'ugav.
||Tzillah also had a son, Tuval Cain, a maker of all copper and iron implements. Tuval Cain's sister was Naamah.
VeTsilah gam-hi yaldah et-Tuval Kayin lotesh kol-choresh nechoshet uvarzel va'achot Tuval-Kayin Na'amah.
(Targum). Hirsch has, 'who sharpened everything that cuts copper and iron.' (See Radak, Sherashim, s.v. Latash, Charash).
According to some traditions, she was Noah's wife. In the Midrash, however, this is disputed, and other ancient sources state that Noah married his niece, Amzarach, daughter of Rakh'el (Sefer HaYov'loth 4:33). (Regarding Sefer HaYov'loth, see Bibliography.)