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Japheth

(jā`fĕth), in the Bible, son of Noah and ancestor of those who were to occupy the isles of the Gentiles. This has been supposed to mean the Mediterranean lands of Europe and Asia Minor.

Japheth

Old Testament the second son of Noah, traditionally regarded as the ancestor of a number of non-Semitic nations (Genesis 10:1--5)
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French trainer Guillaume Macaire also has a key engagement at Newbury today when he runs star novice chaser Japhet. He sent out Domirome to take the opening Rasher Frith Memorial Juvenile Novices' Hurdle in which Lord Joshua failed to sparkle on his hurdling debut.