Eph'phatha (ἐφφαθά, a Graecized form of the Syro-Chaldee imperative הַפָּתִח or אַפּתִח, strictly אֵתפָּתָח, meaning be opened, as it is immediately interpreted), an exclamation uttered by Christ in curing the deaf-mute (Mr 7:34).

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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