ephah definition

  • noun:
    • an old Hebrew device of dried out measure, corresponding to a tenth of a homer or about one bushel (35 liters).
    • an old Hebrew device of dry amount measure, equal to a bath or to one-tenth of a homer. Its around equal to 22 litres.
    • A Hebrew dry measure, supposed to be add up to two pecks and five quarts. Ten ephahs make one homer.
    • A Hebrew dry measure, corresponding to the liquid measure labeled as a bath (which see).
    • an ancient Hebrew product of dried out measure add up to about a bushel
    • a historical Hebrew device of dried out measure, equal to a tenth of a homer or about one bushel (35 liters).
    • a historical Hebrew unit of dry volume measure, corresponding to a bath or even to one-tenth of a homer. It is about equal to 22 litres.
    • A Hebrew dried out measure, supposed to be equal to two pecks and five quarts. Ten ephahs make one homer.
    • A Hebrew dry measure, equal to the liquid measure called a bath (which see).
    • an old Hebrew product of dried out measure corresponding to about a bushel
    • an old Hebrew device of dry measure, equal to a tenth of a homer or about one bushel (35 liters).
    • an old Hebrew device of dry volume measure, equal to a bath or even to one-tenth of a homer. It's around equal to 22 litres.
    • A Hebrew dry measure, allowed to be equal to two pecks and five quarts. Ten ephahs make one homer.
    • A Hebrew dry measure, equal to the fluid measure labeled as a bath (which see).
    • a historical Hebrew product of dry measure corresponding to about a bushel
    • an old Hebrew unit of dry measure, equal to a tenth of a homer or just around one bushel (35 liters).
    • a historical Hebrew device of dried out volume measure, corresponding to a bath or even to one-tenth of a homer. It's about add up to 22 litres.
    • A Hebrew dry measure, supposed to be add up to two pecks and five quarts. Ten ephahs make one homer.
    • A Hebrew dry measure, equal to the liquid measure called a bath (which see).
    • an old Hebrew device of dry measure corresponding to about a bushel

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