noun eph·od \ˈe-ˌfäd, ˈē-\

Definition of EPHOD

:  a linen apron worn in ancient Hebrew rites; especially :  a vestment for the high priest
:  an ancient Hebrew instrument of priestly divination

Origin of EPHOD

Middle English, from Late Latin, from Hebrew ēphōdh
First Known Use: 14th century

Other Clothing Terms

babushka, brogue, bumbershoot, cravat, dishabille, furbelow, layette, raiment, spectator


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