Definition of Hennas
1. Noun. (plural of henna) ¹
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Definition of Hennas
1. henna [v] - See also: henna
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Literary usage of Hennas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ancient Church: Its History, Doctrine, Worship, and Constitution Traced by William Dool Killen (1859)
"Tatian was a disciple of Justin;* Athenagoras was a learned man of Athens; Theophilus is said to have been one of the pastors of Antioch; and of hennas ..."
2. The Witness of Hermas to the Four Gospels by Charles Taylor (1892)
"hennas. I said that I had been led to think that Hermas has something of great value to tell us about the Gospels; and I meant by this that I had been led ..."
3. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Epistle of St. James by James Hardy Ropes (1916)
"... Clement of Rome, and hennas,* writers of the first and second centuries after Christ, who all joined some degree of Hellenism with fundamental Jewish, ..."
4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"The descent of Christ into hell was by many believed to have had for its object the deliverance of souls From thence.' The Pastor of hennas ¡3 understood to ..."
5. Travels of an Irish Gentleman in Search of a Religion: With Notes and by Thomas Moore (1833)
"... and a Corporal Eucharist, all in the First Age of the Church!—who could have thought it? CHAPTER IV. Visions of hennas.—Weekly Fasting.—Good Works. ..."
6. The Theological and Literary Journal (1856)
"... were interpolated by Christian writers; and the Ascension of Isaiah the Shepherd of hennas, the Twelve Patriarchs, the Sybilline Oracles, ..."
7. An Inquiry Into the Character and Authorship of the Fourth Gospel by James Drummond (1903)
"DR C. TAYLOR has produced an interesting argument to show that the " Shepherd of hennas " recognizes four Gospels. The Church is represented as seated on a ..."