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Luke 23:38
And a superscription also was written over him in letters of Greek, and Latin, and Hebrew, THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS.
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John 19:20
This title then read many of the Jews: for the place where Jesus was crucified was near to the city: and it was written in Hebrew, and Greek, and Latin.
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4515. Rhomaisti -- in Latin
... in Latin. Part of Speech: Adverb Transliteration: Rhomaisti Phonetic Spelling:
(hro-mah-is-tee') Short Definition: in the Latin language Definition: in the ...
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915. barbaros -- barbarous, barbarian
... Greek nor Latin Definition: a foreigner, one who speaks neither Greek nor Latin;
as adj ... used for all (), ie anyone not adopting the Greek language (culture); a ...
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He Delighted in Latin Studies and the Empty Fables of the Poets ...
... Book I. Chapter XIII."He Delighted in Latin Studies and the Empty Fables of the
Poets, But Hated the Elements of Literature and the Greek Language. 20. ...
/.../the confessions and letters of st/chapter xiii he delighted in latin.htm

I am Told that He Also Carps at Me for the Translation I have ...
... it is written Nescu Bar; and I have given it in my commentary, Adore the Son; and
then, when I translated the whole Psalter into the Latin language, as if I ...
/.../19 i am told that.htm

From the Latin.
... From the Latin. 24. ... to adapt our understanding to the rule of religion, and so to
think of the words of the Holy Spirit as not to deem the language the ornate ...
// de principiis/from the latin.htm

Language of the New Testament. 1 in the Character of the Original ...
... the significant fact that of the long list of names in the sixteenth chapter of
Romans, the greater number belongs to the Greek language, not to the Latin. ...
/.../barrows/companion to the bible/chapter xxiv language of the.htm

Apocryphal Gospels.
... Some think that Latin was the original language, on the ground that Pilate would
make his report to the Emperor in that, the official, language. ...
/.../unknown/apocrypha of the new testament/part i apocryphal gospels.htm

... The question then occurs at once, Why did not the new life, instilled into the Greek
as well as into the Latin language by Christianity, seize the grand ...
// of the eastern church/introduction.htm

The New Testament
... come into common use. All these versions or partial versions in the English
language were made from the Latin. But after the Turks ...
/.../pullan/the books of the new testament/chapter i the new testament.htm

For Eight Years Gregory Has Given up the Practice Of
... Argument I."For Eight Years Gregory Has Given Up the Practice of. Oratory, Being
Busied with the Study Chiefly of Roman Law and the Latin Language. ...
/.../argument i for eight years gregory.htm

How Tiberius was Affected when Informed by Pilate Concerning ...
... [274] In his apology for the Christians, [275] which was written by him in the Latin
language, and has been translated into Greek, [276] he writes as follows ...
/.../pamphilius/church history/chapter ii how tiberius was affected.htm

Chapter ix.
... might have put the word ragged where he has placed "Raca," and not have used a word
which, on the one hand, has no existence in the Latin language, and, on the ...
// lords sermon on the mount/chapter ix.htm



Language of all Mankind One at First

Language of some Nations Difficult

Language of the New Testament

Language: Ancient Kingdoms often Comprehended Nations of Different

Language: Ashdod

Language: Called: Speech

Language: Called: Tongue

Language: Chaldee

Language: Confusion of

Language: Confusion of a Punishment for Presumption

Language: Confusion of Divided Men Into Separated Nations

Language: Confusion of Originated the Varieties In

Language: Confusion of Scattered Men Over the Earth

Language: Dialects of the Jews

Language: Egyptian

Language: Gift of

Language: Great Variety of, Spoken by Men

Language: Greek

Language: Interpretation of a Gift of the Holy Spirit

Language: Interpretation of Antiquity of Engaging Persons For

Language: Interpretation of Most Important in the Early Church

Language: Interpretation of The Jews Punished by Being Given up to People of a Strange

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Arabic

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Chaldea

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Egyptian

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Greek

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Hebrew

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Latin

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Lycaonian

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Syriack

Language: Latin

Language: Lycaonian

Language: Many Spoken at Jerusalem

Language: Parthian and Other Lands

Language: Power of Speaking Different: A Gift of the Holy Spirit

Language: Power of Speaking Different: A Sign to Unbelievers

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Ceased when the Written Bible Completed

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Conferred by Laying on of the Apostles' Hands

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Followed Receiving the Gospel

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Given on the Day of Pentecost

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Necessary to Spread of the Gospel

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Promised

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Sometimes Abused

Language: Speaking in Inspired "Tongues" Forbidden

Language: Syrian

Language: The Term Barbarian Applied to Those Who Spoke a Strange

Language: Unity of

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