Definition of Eusebius sophronius hieronymus
1. Noun. (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian Church whose major work was his translation of the Scriptures from Hebrew and Greek into Latin (which became the Vulgate); a saint and Doctor of the Church (347-420).
Category relationships: Church Of Rome, Roman Catholic, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church
Generic synonyms: Church Father, Father, Father Of The Church, Doctor, Doctor Of The Church, Saint, Theologian, Theologiser, Theologist, Theologizer
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Literary usage of Eusebius sophronius hieronymus
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1. Lives of the Fathers: Sketches of Church History in Biography by Frederic William Farrar (1889)
"He is often called eusebius sophronius hieronymus. Eusebius was the name of his father, and was perhaps given to the son ..."
2. Lives of the Fathers: Sketches of Church History in Biography by Frederic William Farrar (1907)
"He is often called eusebius sophronius hieronymus. Eusebius was the name of his father, and was perhaps given to the son. Whether he ever bore the name ..."
3. Saint Paul's Epistle to the Galatians by Joseph Barber Lightfoot (1865)
"I have generally quoted this commentator as the Ambrosian Hilary, or as Hilary simply. Jerome. (iu) eusebius sophronius hieronymus. ..."
4. The Christmas City: Bethlehem Across the Ages by Lewis Gaston Leary (1911)
"The old man is the presbyter eusebius sophronius hieronymus, better known as St. Jerome; the most famous scholar of his age and by far the greatest man ..."
5. Der Toleranzbegriff Lockes und Pufendorfs: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der by Friedrich Lezius (1901)
"de vir. illust. c. 135: patre Eusebio. Die drei Namen, die Hieronymus in einigen Handschriften führt, eusebius sophronius hieronymus ..."