Certayne Qvestions concerning silk or vvool in the high priest's ephod, 1605.
The "robe of the ephod" was woven in one piece, and all of blue.
The blue robe of the ephod is expressive of the entirely heavenly character of our High-Priest.
The ephod, of which we hear so often, was evidently at one time an idol.
A girdle or band, of one piece with the ephod, fastened it to the body.
So it was with Gideon's ephod or image, which was however used in seeking oracles.
Should I tear off the ephod, I scarcely fancy 'twould blaze upon another's breast.
The name given to the sockets for fastening the stones in the ephod.
For the expression is used that all Israel went a whoring after the ephod.
And Gedeon made an ephod thereof, and put it in his city Ephra.
Hebrew ephod, from aphad "to put on."