a Syriac surname given by Christ to Simon (John 1:42), meaning "rock." The Greeks translated it by Petros, and the Latins by Petrus.
cephas had gone to bed, and Sarah was sitting up waiting for her.
And the next thing I knew I was ridin' down again with cephas.
"Don't be angry with me, cephas," she said, before the youngster got out of hearing.
Margoliouth (Moses) on cephas, a binder, and not a rock, 368.
If he placed James before cephas, then cephas was not the chief.
Uncle cephas likes him so much, and Uncle cephas is an elder.
After I carry up his luncheon, I shall stop at the store and ask cephas to come out on the river bank for a few minutes.
These gold-rimmed spectacles were her last birthday present from cephas.
The truth is, a great deal of pressure was brought to bear on cephas's mother, in one way and another.
cephas wanted me to use her things; he said Becky would like it, and I knew she would.