[ih-fip-ee-uh m] /ɪˈfɪp i əm/
noun, plural ephippia
[ih-fip-ee-uh] /ɪˈfɪp i ə/ (Show IPA). Zoology.
a thick shell, consisting of two chitinous plates, that encloses and protects the winter eggs of a cladoceran.
[ef-od, ee-fod] /ˈɛf ɒd, ˈi fɒd/ noun, Judaism. 1. a richly embroidered, apronlike vestment having two shoulder straps and ornamental attachments for securing the breastplate, worn with a waistband by the high priest. Ex. 28:6, 7, 25–28. /ˈiːfɒd/ noun 1. (Old Testament) an embroidered vestment believed to resemble an apron with shoulder straps, worn by […]
[ef-awr, ef-er] /ˈɛf ɔr, ˈɛf ər/ noun, plural ephors, ephori [ef-uh-rahy] /ˈɛf əˌraɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. one of a body of magistrates in various ancient Dorian states, especially at Sparta, where a body of five was elected annually by the people. /ˈɛfɔː/ noun (pl) -ors, -ori (-əˌraɪ) 1. (in ancient Greece) one of a board […]
the Greek form of a Syro-Chaldaic or Aramaic word, meaning “Be opened,” uttered by Christ when healing the man who was deaf and dumb (Mark 7:34). It is one of the characteristics of Mark that he uses the very Aramaic words which fell from our Lord’s lips. (See 3:17; 5:41; 7:11; 14:36; 15:34.)
[ee-free-uh m, ee-fruh m; for 4 also ef-ruh m] /ˈi fri əm, ˈi frəm; for 4 also ˈɛf rəm/ noun 1. the younger son of Joseph. Gen. 41:52. 2. the tribe of Israel traditionally descended from him. Gen. 48:1. 3. the Biblical kingdom of the Hebrews in N Palestine, including ten of the twelve tribes. […]