Definition of Khaph
1. kaph [n -S] - See also: kaph
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Literary usage of Khaph
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hours with the Bible, Or, The Scriptures in the Light of Modern Knowledge by Cunningham Geikie (1892)
"The Septuagint, treating it as singular, refers it to the sacred ox khaph—Apis or Hapi—the supreme god of Memphis, translating the phrase, "Why has Apis, ..."
2. A Handbook to Old Testament Hebrew: Containing an Elementary Grammar of the by Samuel Gosnell Green (1901)
"Kaph loses its hard sound, and becomes khaph (kh soft, almost as in Cheth). Pe is Phe (pli instead of p). ..."
3. Records of the Reformation: The Divorce 1527-1533. Mostly Now for the First by Nicholas Pocock (1870)
"I doubt not but he meaneth to follow the example of khaph[ael. And so ye see what] good hath my lord of London done to the king by bidding them w no more to ..."
4. Har-Moad: Or the Mountain of the Assembly : a Series of Archeological by Orlando Dana Miller, Stephen Munson Whipple (1891)
"Nevertheless, the Hebrew verb Ru-khaph (F|m), in the expression, "And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters," answers better to the ..."