- A city of Benjamin ( ); probably identical with Ephron ( ) and Ephraim ( ), the modern Palestinian city of Taybeh. The Israeli settlement of Ofra is close to the site as well.
- "Ophrah of the Abi-ezrites," a city of Manasseh, 6 miles (10km) south-west of Shechem, the residence of Gideon ( ; 8:27,32). After his great victory over the Midianites, he slew at this place the captive kings (8:18-21). He then assumed the function of high priest, and sought to make Ophrah what Shiloh should have been. This thing "became a snare" to Gideon and his house. After Gideon's death his family resided here until they were put to death by Abimelech ( ). It is identified with Ferata.
- A grandchild of Othniel Ben Kenaz, mentioned in .
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