[ee-fuh, ef-ah] /ˈi fə, ˈɛf ɑ/
a Hebrew unit of dry measure, equal to about a bushel (35 liters).
a Hebrew unit of dry measure equal to approximately one bushel or about 33 litres
Hebrew dry measure, probably of Egyptian origin.
gloom. (1.) One of the five sons of Midian, and grandson of Abraham (Gen. 25:4). The city of Ephah, to which he gave his name, is mentioned Isa. 60:6, 7. This city, with its surrounding territory, formed part of Midian, on the east shore of the Dead Sea. It abounded in dromedaries and camels (Judg. 6:5). (2.) 1 Chr. 2:46, a concubine of Caleb. (3.) 1 Chr. 2:47, a descendant of Judah. Ephah, a word of Egyptian origin, meaning measure; a grain measure containing “three seahs or ten omers,” and equivalent to the bath for liquids (Ex. 16:36; 1 Sam. 17:17; Zech. 5:6). The double ephah in Prov. 20:10 (marg., “an ephah and an ephah”), Deut. 25:14, means two ephahs, the one false and the other just.
ephapse eph·apse (ěf’āps’) n. A point of contact where two or more nerve cell processes touch but do not form a typical synaptic contact. eph·ap’tic adj.
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[ih-feeb, ef-eeb] /ɪˈfib, ˈɛf ib/ noun 1. a young man, especially an . /ɪˈfiːb; ˈɛfiːb/ noun 1. (in ancient Greece) a youth about to enter full citizenship, esp one undergoing military training
[ih-fee-buh s] /ɪˈfi bəs/ noun, plural ephebi [ih-fee-bahy] /ɪˈfi baɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. a youth of ancient Greece just entering manhood or commencing training for full Athenian citizenship.