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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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greek

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| language we have learnt, Greek, or Hebrew, or any of the 2 2, arg | removed by learning the Greek and Hebrew languages, in 3 2, 11 | languages especially of Greek and Hebrew, necessary to 4 2, 11 | of Scripture, Hebrew and Greek, that they may have recourse 5 2, 11 | Scriptures from Hebrew into Greek can be counted, but the 6 2, 11 | to get his hands upon a Greek manuscript, and who thought 7 2, 12 | it is, that because the Greek word "moschos" means a calf, 8 2, 13 | retain in this passage the Greek idiom, and say,"Quod stultum 9 2, 15 | the Latin we must use the Greek versions, among which the 10 2, 15 | must of course yield to the Greek, especially those that are 11 2, 24 | sense when writing to a Greek from that in which he uses 12 2, 24 | syllables mean one thing to a Greek and another to a Latin. 13 3, 3 | original tongue, for in the Greek we find not "stome" [mouth], 14 3, 4 | it either way. But in the Greek language the two cases are 15 3, 4 | adjuration appearing in the Greek without any ambiguity. It 16 3, 29 | grammarians call by the Greek name tropes, and use them 17 3, 29 | itself gets its name (the Greek name for letters being " 18 4, 7 | figure which is called in Greek "klimax" (climax,) and by 19 4, 20 | And how this sounds in the Greek language, in which the apostle


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