I knnew that!
Nice to know.I always read the Bible growing upand nobody bothered to tell me about this fact.
I must my of 'the book' and read the next lesson, lol.
I always thought the word Bible came from the Latin biblia!!
ultimately derived means going back to the original source, not just the most recent language that passed it on. Latin's biblia was derived by the Koine Greek version.
i never read the bible and i didn'tknow that it only means ,,books'' funny :)
Coolness. Happy Friday Adam.
we say biblija in my language too
In the famous painting "Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem," Rembrandt spells it Bibel." Fun post."
I don't know if I've ever heard that before. Thanks!
Today I knew the meaning because I studied greek but it is great you shared with us. Kisses, Adam:)
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Oh, that's interesting!Have a great day,-Kati
Now that's a fascinating piece of trivia. Thanks Adam and have a great day!
A book is a book, who knew haha
thanks for sharing... :)It’s a GIRL Thing
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interesting, that's all it means!
Thanks for the fact. Now, I know
Hmm, interesting! Thanks for information!
I speak Greek, and it is definitely true that 'ta biblia' does mean 'the books'!