Beth'-rapha (Heb. Beyth Rapha', בֵּית רָפָא, house of Rapha, or (f the giant; Sept. Βαθρεφά v. r. Βαθραία), a name occurring in the genealogy of Judah as apparently the eldest of the three sons of Eshton, "men of Rechah" (1Ch 4:12). B.C. post 1618. There is a Rapha in the line of Benjamin and elsewhere, but no apparent connection exists between those and this, nor has the name been identified as belonging to any place. SEE REPHAIM.

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