noun \ˈē-fə, ˈe-fə\

Definition of EPHAH

:  an ancient Hebrew unit of dry measure equal to 110 homer or a little over a bushel

Origin of EPHAH

Middle English ephi, from Late Latin, from Hebrew ēphāh, from Egyptian 'pt
First Known Use: 1611

Other Bible Terms

antediluvian, apocalyptic, apocrypha, behemoth


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