2187. Ephraim
Strong's Concordance
Ephraim: Ephraim, a city near Jer.
Original Word: Ἐφραΐμ, ὁ
Part of Speech: Proper Noun, Indeclinable
Transliteration: Ephraim
Phonetic Spelling: (ef-rah-im')
Short Definition: Ephraim
Definition: Ephraim, a city.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
probably of Hebrew origin
Definition
Ephraim, a city near Jer.
NASB Translation
Ephraim (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 2187: Αφραιμ

Αφραιμ or (so R Tr) Αφραιμ (cf. Iota, at the end) (א L H Ἐφρεμ, Vulg.Ephrem,Efrem), Ephraim, proper name of a city situated, according to Eusebius, eight (but edition Larsow and Parthey, p. 196, 18, twenty), according to Jerome twenty miles from Jerusalem; according to Josephus, b. j. 4, 9, 9 not far from Bethel; conjectured by Robinson (Palest. i. 444f (cf. Bib. Sacr. for May 1845, p. 398f)), Ewald, et al., dissenting, to be the same as the village now called et-Taiyibeh, a short day's journey N. E. of Jerusalem: John 11:54. Cf. Winers RWB under the word; Keim, iii., p. 7f (English translation, 5:9).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
Ephraim.

Of Hebrew origin ('Ephrayim or better Ephrown); Ephraim, a place in Palestine -- Ephraim.

see HEBREW 'Ephrayim

see HEBREW Ephrown

Forms and Transliterations
Εφραιμ Ἐφραὶμ Ephraim Ephraìm
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Strong's Greek 2187
1 Occurrence


Ἐφραὶμ — 1 Occ.

John 11:54 N
GRK: ἐρήμου εἰς Ἐφραὶμ λεγομένην πόλιν
NAS: called Ephraim; and there
KJV: called Ephraim, and there
INT: wilderness to Ephraim called a city

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