Meaning : Delicate,
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Additional information Tryphena:
From 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:
Amazing in Bed
Wow, that girl was amazing last night, she was tryphena!
Songs about Tryphena:
Tryphena Trenary by Brenda Wootton from the Album La grande cornouaillaise, vol. 2
Tryphena Trenery by Brenda Wootton from the Album The Voice of Cornwall - La grande Cornouaillaise, vol. 1 (Celtic Music from Keltia Musique)
Tryphena's Extra Hand by The Sheringham Shantymen from the Album Songs For Seafarers
Books about Tryphena:
Northern 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)
A 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)
Tryphena 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)
Tryphena in Love by Anonymous (Aug 31, 2012)
Tryphena 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)
Tryphena in Love by Walter Raymond (Oct 9, 2008)
Tryphena in Love by Anonymous (Jan 9, 2010)
Wiki information Tryphena:
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 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...