Ophrah: an Israelite, also two places in Isr.Original Word: עָפְרָהPart of Speech:
proper name; location; person, masculineTransliteration:
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from the same as opherDefinition
an Isr., also two places in Isr.NASB Translation
Brown-Driver-Briggs עָפְרָה proper name
1. location: a. in Benjamin Joshua 18:23 (P), Αφαρ, etc.; 1 Samuel 13:7 Γοφερα; probably = עֶפְרוֺן
2 and אֶפְרַיִם
6; perhaps modern e‰-ˆayyibeh, approximately 4 miles northeast from Bethel, compare GASmGeogr. 252 BuhlGeogr. 177.
b. in Manasseh, Εφραθα: Judges 6:11; Judges 8:27; construct עָפְרַת אֲבִי הָעֶזְרִי Judges 6:24, but ׳עָפְרָה וגו Judges 8:32; with ה locative עָפְרָ֫תָה Judges 9:5.
2. person, masculine in Judah 1 Chronicles 4:14, Γοφερα, ᵐ5L Εφραθ.
Feminine of opher; female fawn; Ophrah, the name of an Israelite and of two places in Palestine -- Ophrah.
see HEBREW opher