adjective see Septuagint

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  • Septuagintal — See Septuagint. * * * …   Universalium

  • Septuagintal — adj. pertaining to the Septuagint, pertaining to the oldest known Greek translation of the Old Testament …   English contemporary dictionary

  • septuagintal — sep·tu·a·gin·tal …   English syllables

  • septuagintal — (|)sep|t(y)üə|jintəl, |septəwə| , |sepchəwə| adjective Usage: usually capitalized : of or relating to the Septuagint …   Useful english dictionary

  • Septuagint — Septuagintal, adj. /sep tooh euh jint , tyooh , sep chooh /, n. the oldest Greek version of the Old Testament, traditionally said to have been translated by 70 or 72 Jewish scholars at the request of Ptolemy II: most scholars believe that only… …   Universalium

  • G. B. Caird — Infobox Christian biography name = G. B. Caird img size = img capt = G. B. Caird (1917 1984) British churchman, theologian, humanitarian, and biblical scholar, July, 1983. birth date = birth date|1917|7|17 birth place = Dundee, Scotland death… …   Wikipedia

  • MARGOLIS, MAX LEOPOLD — (1886–1932), U.S. biblical and Semitic scholar. Born in Russia, Margolis received a thorough training in Bible and Talmud as well as in modern sciences and languages in his native country and in Berlin. In 1889 he went to the United States. His… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Septuagint — noun Etymology: Late Latin Septuaginta, from Latin, seventy, irregular from septem seven + ginta (akin to Latin viginti twenty); from the approximate number of its translators more at seven, vigesimal Date: 1633 a Greek version of the Jewish… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Septuagint — The Septuagint (, Josephus [Antiquities 12.57, 12.86] , or an elision. ...this name Septuagint appears to have been a fourth to fifth century development. ] means seventy in Latin and derives from a tradition that seventy (or seventy two) Jewish… …   Wikipedia

  • Bible massorétique — Massorah Un feuillet du codex d Alep, comprenant de nombreuses notes massorétiques marginales. La Massore ou Massorah (hébreu : מסורה, chaîne ou tradition) est un pr …   Wikipédia en Français

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