אפרסתכי אפרסכי 


'Apharckay (Aramaic); af-ar-sek-ah'ee or 'Apharcathkay (Aramaic)



Parts of Speech

n pr m pl

Root Word (Etymology)

of foreign origin

Dictionary Aids

TWOT Reference: number 2599, number 2600

KJV Translation Count — 3x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: Apharsachites (2), Apharsathchites (1)

Outline of Biblical Usage

pharsachites = "as causers of division (?)"
Apharsathchites = "I will divide the deceivers (?)" \+
1. (CLBL) an unknown office
2. (BDB) perhaps an office or an official
3. (TWOT)
a. a people
b. perhaps a title of an official

Strong's Definitions

'Apharckay, af-ar-sek-ah'ee; (Aramaic) or Apharcathkay, (Aramaic) af-ar-sath-kah'ee; of foreign origin (only in the plural); an Apharsekite or Apharsathkite, an unknown Assyrian tribe: — Apharsachites, Apharasthchites.

Concordance Results Using KJV

Then wrote Rehum the chancellor, and Shimshai the scribe, and the rest of their companions; the Dinaites, the H671, the Tarpelites, the Apharsites, the Archevites, the Babylonians, the Susanchites, the Dehavites, and the Elamites,


The copy of the letter that Tatnai, governor on this side the river, and Shetharboznai, and his companions the H671, which were on this side the river, sent unto Darius the king:


Now therefore, Tatnai, governor beyond the river, Shetharboznai, and your companions the H671, which are beyond the river, be ye far from thence: