saph in the Bible
extension, the son of the giant whom Sibbechai slew (2 Sam. 21:18); called also Sippai (1 Chr. 20:4).
Easton’s 1897 Bible Dictionary
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Most of Mabel’s lovers shortened it disrespectfully to “saph.”
Comrade Yetta Albert Edwards
I know nothing more of him than his name and race; but from a boy upwards I have always attached a personality to saph.
Shirley Charlotte Bront
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noun 1. a variant spelling of Safar
noun, Slang. 1. a simpleton; fool. noun 1. (slang) a simpleton, idiot, or fool noun 1. (military) the end of a sap nearest to the enemy saphead
adjective, Slang. 1. silly; foolish.
noun 1. saphenous vein. noun (pl) -nae (-niː) 1. (anatomy) either of two large superficial veins of the legs saphena sa·phe·na (sə-fē’nə) n. pl. sa·phe·nae (-nē’) Either of two main superficial veins of the leg, one larger than the other, that begin at the foot. sa·phe’nous adj.