Definition of Syngraphs

1. Noun. (plural of syngraph) ¹



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Definition of Syngraphs

1. syngraph [n] - See also: syngraph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syngraphs

syngases
syngenecious
syngeneic
syngeneic transplantation
syngenesious
syngenetic
syngenic
syngenite
syngnathid
syngnathids
syngnathous
syngraph
syngraphs (current term)
synharmonic
syning
synizeses
synizesis
synkarya
synkaryon
synkaryons
synkinesia
synkinesias
synkinetic
synkinetically
synne
synochal
synocil

Literary usage of Syngraphs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1830)
"The frequent discrepancies, in the matter of dates, between the Greek text of the registries, and the Egyptian text of the syngraphs, have been already ..."

2. The Commentaries of Gaius and Rules of Ulpian by Gaius (1885)
"... and chiro- roborated by our observing that graphs were regarded as identical; syngraphs and ... although from syngraphs and ..."

3. The Commentaries of Gaius and Rules of Ulpian by Gaius (1885)
"... and chiro- roborated by our observing that graphs were regarded as identical; syngraphs and ... although from syngraphs and ..."

4. The Commentaries of Gaius by Gaius, John Thomas Abdy (1870)
"... though the word praeterea in § 134 and syngraphs were not mere proofs shews pretty plainly that the two are of a contract, but documents on contrasted; ..."

5. The Commentaries of Gaius by Gaius, John Thomas Abdy (1870)
"... though the word praeterea in § 134 and syngraphs were not mere proofs shews pretty plainly that the two are of a contract, but documents on contrasted; ..."

6. The Commentaries of Gaius and Rules of Ulpian by Gaius, Domitius Ulpianus (1885)
"In Jus- trasted; and this inference is cor- graphs were regarded as identical; syngraphs and ... although from syngraphs and ..."

7. The History of the Church of England, in the Colonies and Foreign by James S. M. Anderson (1848)
"... the greate traveller, who showed me the syngraphs and original subscriptions of divers eastern patriarchs and Asian churches to our confession 167. ..."

8. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1830)
"The frequent discrepancies, in the matter of dates, between the Greek text of the registries, and the Egyptian text of the syngraphs, have been already ..."

9. The Commentaries of Gaius and Rules of Ulpian by Gaius (1885)
"... and chiro- roborated by our observing that graphs were regarded as identical; syngraphs and ... although from syngraphs and ..."

10. The Commentaries of Gaius and Rules of Ulpian by Gaius (1885)
"... and chiro- roborated by our observing that graphs were regarded as identical; syngraphs and ... although from syngraphs and ..."

11. The Commentaries of Gaius by Gaius, John Thomas Abdy (1870)
"... though the word praeterea in § 134 and syngraphs were not mere proofs shews pretty plainly that the two are of a contract, but documents on contrasted; ..."

12. The Commentaries of Gaius by Gaius, John Thomas Abdy (1870)
"... though the word praeterea in § 134 and syngraphs were not mere proofs shews pretty plainly that the two are of a contract, but documents on contrasted; ..."

13. The Commentaries of Gaius and Rules of Ulpian by Gaius, Domitius Ulpianus (1885)
"In Jus- trasted; and this inference is cor- graphs were regarded as identical; syngraphs and ... although from syngraphs and ..."

14. The History of the Church of England, in the Colonies and Foreign by James S. M. Anderson (1848)
"... the greate traveller, who showed me the syngraphs and original subscriptions of divers eastern patriarchs and Asian churches to our confession 167. ..."

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