Saph (Hebrew #5593)

2 Samuel
21:18   And it came to pass after this
'achar (Hebrew #310)
properly, the hind part; generally used as an adverb or conjunction, after (in various senses)
KJV usage: after (that, -ward), again, at, away from, back (from, -side), behind, beside, by, follow (after, -ing), forasmuch, from, hereafter, hinder end, + out (over) live, + persecute, posterity, pursuing, remnant, seeing, since, thence(-forth), when, with.
Pronounce: akh-ar'
Origin: from 309
, that there was again a battle
milchamah (Hebrew #4421)
a battle (i.e. the engagement); generally, war (i.e. warfare)
KJV usage: battle, fight(-ing), war((-rior)).
Pronounce: mil-khaw-maw'
Origin: from 3898 (in the sense of fighting)
with the Philistines
Plishtiy (Hebrew #6430)
a Pelishtite or inhabitant of Pelesheth
KJV usage: Philistine.
Pronounce: pel-ish-tee'
Origin: patrial from 6429
at Gob
Gob (Hebrew #1359)
from 1461; pit; Gob, a place in Palestine
KJV usage: Gob.
Pronounce: gobe
Origin: or (fully) Gowb {gobe'}
: then Sibbechai
Cibbkay (Hebrew #5444)
copse-like; Sibbecai, an Israelite
KJV usage: Sibbecai, Sibbechai.
Pronounce: sib-bek-ah'-ee
Origin: from 5440
the Hushathite
Chushathiy (Hebrew #2843)
a Chushathite or descendant of Chushah
KJV usage: Hushathite.
Pronounce: khoo-shaw-thee'
Origin: patronymically from 2364
nakah (Hebrew #5221)
to strike (lightly or severely, literally or figuratively)
KJV usage: beat, cast forth, clap, give (wounds), X go forward, X indeed, kill, make (slaughter), murderer, punish, slaughter, slay(-er, -ing), smite(-r, -ing), strike, be stricken, (give) stripes, X surely, wound.
Pronounce: naw-kaw'
Origin: a primitive root
Caph (Hebrew #5593)
Saph, a Philistine
KJV usage: Saph. Compare 5598.
Pronounce: saf
Origin: the same as 5592
, which was of the sons
yaliyd (Hebrew #3211)
KJV usage: ((home-))born, child, son.
Pronounce: yaw-leed'
Origin: from 3205
of the giant
rapha' (Hebrew #7497)
from 7495 in the sense of invigorating; a giant
KJV usage: giant, Rapha, Rephaim(-s). See also 1051.
Pronounce: raw-faw'
Origin: or raphah {raw-faw'}