Meaning : Delicate,

Origin : Biblical, Greek,

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Additional information Tryphena:

additionalFrom the Greek name Τρυφαινα (Tryphaina), derived from Greek τρυφη (tryphe) meaning "softness, delicacy". This name is mentioned briefly in the New Testament.


Definition funny of Tryphena:

urbanAmazing in Bed

urbanWow, that girl was amazing last night, she was tryphena!


Songs about Tryphena:

songsTryphena Trenary by Brenda Wootton from the Album La grande cornouaillaise, vol. 2

songsTryphena Trenery by Brenda Wootton from the Album The Voice of Cornwall - La grande Cornouaillaise, vol. 1 (Celtic Music from Keltia Musique)

songsTryphena's Extra Hand by The Sheringham Shantymen from the Album Songs For Seafarers


Books about Tryphena:

booksNorthern Woman in the Plantation South Letters of Tryphena Blanche Holder Fox, 1856-1876 (Women's Diaries & Letters... by Tryphena Blanche H. Fox and Wilma King-Hunter (Apr 1, 1997)

booksA Northern Woman in the Plantation South: Letters of Tryphena Blanche Holder Fox 1856-1876 (Women's Diaries and... by Tryphena Blanche Holder Fox and Wilma King (May 1993)

booksTryphena Ely White's journal: being a record, written one hundred years ago, of the daily life of a young lady... by Tryphena Ely White (Sep 3, 2010)

booksTryphena in Love by Anonymous (Aug 31, 2012)

booksTryphena Ely White's Journal: Being a Record, Written One Hundred Years Ago, of the Daily Life of a (Danish Edition... by Francis Hagerup (Dec 4, 2009)

booksTryphena in Love by Walter Raymond (Oct 9, 2008)

booksTryphena in Love by Anonymous (Jan 9, 2010)


Wiki information Tryphena:

Tryphena Sparks
Deceased Person, Person

Tryphena Sparks, born in Puddletown, Dorset, the youngest child of James and Maria Sparks, was Thomas Hardy's cousin and possible lover. There are also suggestions that she had Hardy's child, a son called Randolph. The relationship ended when Hardy...

Tryphena of Rome

Tryphena of Rome is a Christian woman mentioned in Romans 16:12 of the Bible According to Wiktionary, the name 'Tryphena' is of Greek origin meaning 'dainty' or 'delicate' although Strong's Concordance derives the name from the Greek truphe, meaning...