Definition of Pericopic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to a pericope. ¹



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Definition of Pericopic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pericopic

pericolitis
pericolitis sinistra
pericolonitis
pericon
periconceptional
periconchal
periconchal sulcus
pericones
pericontusional
pericopae
pericopal
pericope
pericopes
pericopic (current term)
pericorneal
pericoronal
pericoronal abscess
pericoronal flap
pericoronitis
pericorpuscular synapse
pericrania
pericranial
pericranitis
pericranium
pericraniums
periculous
pericyazine
pericycle

Literary usage of Pericopic

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1. The Verse of Greek Comedy by John Williams White (1912)
"(456), the first strophe ι -β) of the pericope is apparently a pericopic dyad, ... in which the pericopic period was sung to a melody without recurrences, ..."

2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Parallel to the pericopic reading of Torah is a pericopic reading from the Prophets, or second part of the Hebrew Canon. These sections are chosen with a ..."

3. An Introduction to the New Testament by Adolf Jülicher (1904)
"... Rome (but not the ' De Virginitate') between Jude and Romans as Canonical books, and even provided them with a system of pericopic subdivision ! § 45. ..."

4. An Introduction to the New Testament by Adolf Jülicher (1904)
"... of Rome (but not the ' De Virginitate') between Jude and Romans as Canonical books, and even provided them with a system of pericopic subdivision ! ..."

5. Four Hundred Years: Commemorative Essays on the Reformation of Dr. Martin by William Herman Theodore Dau (1916)
"Most of his sermons are on the Gospel- and Epistle-lessons of the well-known pericopic system. He seldom used free texts, but in week-day services he would ..."

6. The Protestant Theological and Ecclesiastical Encyclopedia by John Henry Augustus Bomberger, Johann Jakob Herzog (1860)
"The work has obtained a further significance ¡n addition to the immediate object contemplated, in this, that it has confirmed the pericopic arrangement ..."

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