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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #8607 - תִּפְסַח
Tiphsah = “cross over”
1) a place at the northeast limit of Solomon’s empire; located on the Euphrates river
2) a place in the northern kingdom of Israel which king Menahem attacked and where he ripped open all the pregnant women
2a) might be the same as 1
תִּפְסַח (“passage,” “crossing,” from the root פָּסַח), [Tiphsah], pr.n. Thapsacus, a large and opulent city on the western bank of the Euphrates, situated at the bridge by which the Euphrates was usually crossed (see Xenoph. Anab. i. 4; Arrian, Exped. Alex. ii. 13; iii. 7; Strabo, xvi. p. 1082); 1 Kings 5:4 nor is any other Thapsacus to be understood, 2 Kings 15:16.
the Week of Proper 14 / Ordinary 19