- SAPHnomen Gigantis, 2. Sam. c. 21. v. 18. Latine, pelvis, crater, phiala, limen; finis, vel consummatio: iuncus, vel pelagus.Dicitur et Saphai, 1. Paral. c. 20. v. 4.
Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.
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