Definition of Octaplas

1. octapla [n] - See also: octapla



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Octaplas

octanols
octanose
octanoses
octanoyl
octanoyl-CoA synthetase
octanoyls
octantal
octants
octaoxide
octaoxides
octapartite
octapeptide
octapeptides
octapla
octaplas (current term)
octaploidy
octapody
octaprenyl pyrophosphate synthetase
octapressin
octapus
octarchies
octarchy
octaroon
octaroons
octas
octastyle
octasulfur
octateuch
octateuchs

Literary usage of Octaplas

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1. Proceedings by Society of Biblical Archæology (London, England), Society of Biblical Archæology (London, England). (1902)
"... while the correct text was given in the octaplas, viz., fit] T)? Sum', whence he argues that Origen had corrected his former edition in the later ones. ..."

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