Definition of Chefed
1. chef [v] - See also: chef
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Literary usage of Chefed
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1. An universal history, from the earliest accounts to the present time by Universal history (1779)
"... before chefed vvas born, but appear to have been a nation when Abraham came ... either from Arphaxad or chefed. Some compound Arphaxad'» nam e of rafa ..."
2. A Dissertation on the Languages, Literature, and Manners of Eastern Nations by John Richardson, Jacob Bryant (1778)
"... the plural of "]EO chefed; ... Hyde, and others, to have been fb named, from chefed the fon of Nahor, brother to Abraham. ..."
3. Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis by Charles Vallancey (1790)
"... by Hyde and Walton to have been fo named from chefed, fon of Nahor, brother to Abraham ; but this appellative might have been given to ..."