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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!!
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:)
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.
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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'!
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