Origin of ephod
Examples from the Web for ephod
And thou shalt put them in both sides of the ephod, a memorial for the children of Israel.
Should I tear off the ephod, I scarcely fancy 'twould blaze upon another's breast.Alroy|Benjamin Disraeli
Here he received news of the massacre of the priests, and was joined by Abiathar, bearing the ephod of the high-priest.The Rand-McNally Bible Atlas|Jesse L. Hurlbut
On which rings the two golden chains should hang, which they put into the hooks that stood out in the corners of the ephod.
When I hear a man talking to the fishers about the symbolism of an ephod, I always want to run away.A Dream of the North Sea|James Runciman
British Dictionary definitions for ephod
Word Origin for ephod
Word Origin and History for ephod
Hebrew ephod, from aphad "to put on."