Definition of ephah in English:

ephah

Syllabification: e·phah
Pronunciation: /ˈēfə, ˈefä
 
/

noun

An ancient Hebrew dry measure equivalent to a bushel (35 l).

Origin

from Hebrew ῾ēp̱āh, probably from Egyptian.

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