Definition of ephod
1 : a linen apron worn in ancient Hebrew rites; especially : a vestment for the high priest
2 : an ancient Hebrew instrument of priestly divination
Origin of ephod
Middle English, from Late Latin, from Hebrew ēphōdh
First Known Use: 14th century
Rhymes with ephod
Akkad, Arad, Ashdod, aubade, ballade, Belgrade, bipod, black cod, Black Rod, Cape Cod, couvade, croustade, death squad, dry-shod, facade, fantod, fly rod, glissade, hot-rod, jihad, lingcod, Nimrod, oeillade, peasecod, pomade, ramrod, Riyadh, roughshod, roulade, saccade, scalade, seedpod, slipshod, sun god, synod, tie-rod, tightwad, tomcod, torsade, tripod, unshod, vice squad
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