Bible

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Etimologija 1[уреди]

Od Средњи Енглески bible, od Middle Латински biblia (book) (misinterpreted kao a feminine od ranije Latinski neuter plural biblia (books)), od Ancient Greek βιβλία (biblía, books), plural od βιβλίον (biblíon, small book), originalno deminutiv od βίβλος (bíblos, book), od βύβλος (búblos, papyrus) (from the ancient Phoenician city od Byblos koji exported this writing material).

Stari Engleski korišćen biblioþēce (od βιβλιοθήκη) i ġewritu (whence Engleski writs) za "the Scriptures".

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Bible (plural Bibles)

an open Bible
  1. The main religious text in Christianity.
    In my religion class we learn about the Bible, as well as religious texts of other religions.
    • 2009, Across the Spectrum: Understanding Issues in Evangelical Theology, page 16:
      Many non-Christians regard portions of the Bible as “inspiring,” but they do not believe the Bible was “inspired by God” []
  2. The Jewish holy book that was largely incorporated into the Christian Bible.
    She's Jewish, but she doesn't read the Bible because she's not religious.
  3. The analogous holy book of another religion.


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Bible (plural Bibles)

  1. A specific version, edition, translation, or copy of one of the above-mentioned texts.
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  • (specific version or copy): bible

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Etimologija 2[уреди]

Od Средњи Енглески deminutiv od datog imena Isabel.

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Шаблон:en-prop

  1. A matronymic surname​.

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Bible f

  1. The Bible (The Christian holy book; the Old and New Testaments)

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Bible f

  1. The Bible (The Christian holy book; the Old and New Testaments)

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Bible f

  1. The Bible (The Christian holy book; the Old and New Testaments)