SAPH

SAPH
nomen 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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  • SAPH — abbr. SAP AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT NASDAQ …   Dictionary of abbreviations

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  • A|saph|ic — «uh SAF ihk», adjective. of or having to do with Asaph, one of the chief singers in the Temple during the time of David and Solomon. He was the head of one guild of singers, the “sons of Asaph.” …   Useful english dictionary

  • saphie — saph·ie …   English syllables

  • saphenography — saph·en·og·ra·phy (saf″ən ogґrə fe) phlebography of the great saphenous vein after injection of contrast medium at the ankle …   Medical dictionary

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