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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 1”,4 | Accordingly, I prefer the word install to the word make. 2 1”,4 | the word install to the word make. So even here the expression “ 3 1”,12| means of beneficia (a Latin word meaning much the same as 4 1”,12| the same as the English word gift), let them be succumbents 5 1”,12| that is what this Latin word signifies) they regained 6 1”,14| catechumens because this word is one derived from the 7 1”,14| teach beginners the faith by word of mouth, because these 8 1”,18| name (i.e., in Greek the word deacon signifies servant, 9 1”,18| servant, just as does the word minister in English); for 10 1”,18| for deacon (as a Greek word) really means servant. They 11 1”,19| from the clergy. For the word depose was employed here 12 1”,19| improperly instead of the word oust, since, properly speaking, 13 2”,6 | to “peramatic” (a Greek word with a signification akin 14 2”,6 | designated “hyperhorial” (a Greek word meaning about the same thing 15 2”,6 | about the same thing as the word extralimitary derived from 16 2”,7 | be based upon the Greek word aristos, meaningbest,” 17 2”,7 | meaningbest,” though as a word it signifies “lefthand.”), 18 2”,7 | Translator. — The meaning of this word here is more exactly rendered “ 19 2”,7 | document (libellus is a Latin word, interpreted, according 20 3 | flesh, a Theotoke (a Greek word meaning “she who has given 21 4”,17| be called monoecia (which word meant, in Greek, “lone habitations”). 22 4”,18| is denoted by the Greek word corresponding to the verb “ 23 7 | surnamed Rhinotmetus (a Greek word meaning “with the nose cut 24 7 | Ecumenical Council and runs word for word as follows: “Some 25 7 | Council and runs word for word as follows: “Some men who 26 7”,1 | eye-witness and servants of the word of the God-approved Apostles, 27 7”,1 | ordinary English by the word literally) and “in truth 28 7”,1 | world, “holding forth the word of life” (Phil. 2:16), is 29 7”,1 | instead employs the Greek word signifying “repose,” for 30 7”,1 | substituted the English word rely as better adapted to 31 7”,12| 6) (in this passage the wordeldersmeans bishops, 32 7”,13| office.[143] It ingeminates word for word Ap. c. V, the Interpretation 33 7”,13| It ingeminates word for word Ap. c. V, the Interpretation 34 7”,14| present Canon ingeminates word for word the fifteenth of 35 7”,14| Canon ingeminates word for word the fifteenth of the C. 36 7”,16| not like to forsake the word of God to serve tables. 37 7”,16| and to the ministry of the word. And their assertion pleased 38 7”,17| indiction is meant by the word epinemesis, as is evident 39 7”,41| Note of Translator. — This word hermit in English has somehow 40 7”,41| is derived from the Greek word for desert eremia, whence 41 7”,41| eremia, whence the Greek word in question is eremites, 42 7”,61| derived from bromos, a Greek word signifying a peal as of 43 7”,69| people. The fact that the word talk is used here, and not 44 7”,69| is used here, and not the word speak, controverts and overthrows 45 7”,69| teacher of every virtue by word and deed within her own 46 7”,72| Hence both in mind and in word and in sentiment paying 47 7”,73| Interpretation.~The present Canon is word for word the same as c. 48 7”,73| present Canon is word for word the same as c. XXVIII of 49 7”,73| accubita,” using a Latin word derived from the verb accumbo, 50 7”,73| the Pronaos, reserving the wordchurch” for the Temple 51 7”,74| Lev. 15:30), the sacred word has taught us.~ ~Interpretation.~ 52 7”,74| external cries. For the sacred word of Leviticus teaches us 53 7”,74| discerns the power of every word just as the sense of taste 54 7”,76| Interpretation.~The present Canon is word for word c. XXX of the Council 55 7”,76| present Canon is word for word c. XXX of the Council held 56 7”,77| This Canon too is likewise word for word c. XLVI of Laodicea, 57 7”,77| too is likewise word for word c. XLVI of Laodicea, which 58 7”,79| present Canon is gleaned word for word from c. XI of Sardica — 59 7”,79| Canon is gleaned word for word from c. XI of Sardica 60 7”,83| This Canon too is likewise word for word c. LXXX of Carthage, 61 7”,83| too is likewise word for word c. LXXX of Carthage, decreeing 62 7”,84| three witnesses must every word be verified” (Deut. 17:6 63 7”,84| Holy Writ says that every word must be established, or, 64 7”,86| The rest of this Canon is word for word c. LXXVII of St. 65 7”,86| of this Canon is word for word c. LXXVII of St. Basil the 66 7”,91| Interpretation.~This present Canon is word for word the same as c. 67 7”,91| present Canon is word for word the same as c. XXVII of 68 7”,92| Great (for its beginning is word for word his c. XXXI) saying 69 7”,92| its beginning is word for word his c. XXXI) saying that 70 7”,92| the part following this is word for word the same as c. 71 7”,92| following this is word for word the same as c. XXXVI of 72 7”,92| this part of the Canon is word for word c. XLVI of Basil) 73 7”,92| of the Canon is word for word c. XLVI of Basil) takes 74 7”,94| we baptize them,” it is word for word the same as c. 75 7”,94| baptize them,” it is word for word the same as c. VII of the 76 8”,1 | according to Zonaras, the Greek word for “unwaveringdenotes 77 8”,4 | Because great St. Paul both by word and by deed commanded the 78 8”,20| hinting by means of the wordmourn” at the mournful 79 8”,20| nuns, and by means of the wordseparately” at the fact 80 8”,23| 318 of the Juris). The word patriarch is defined by 81 8”,23| Greek, precisely as the word antimensium is derived from 82 8”,23| unindictable (Titus 1:7). The word irreprehensible (or blameless) 83 8”,23| irreproachable" (1 Tim. 3:2). This word irreproachable is almost 84 8”,23| indistinguishable from the word irreprehensible, which word 85 8”,23| word irreprehensible, which word Chrysostom himself interprets 86 8”,23| into the argument that the word coessential (or, in Greek, 87 8”,23| they refused to admit the word coessential as above in 88 8”,23| Logos to be only the oral word, serving as a sort of mechanical 89 8”,23| who had imbibed that oral word from God and had received 90 8”,23| corruption of the Greek word aristus, signifyingbest.” 91 8”,23| poured forth, or, in another word, proceeds, from God the 92 8”,23| that just as the (the Greek word meaning the same thing as 93 8”,23| same thing as the English) word co-essential was one to 94 8”,23| sanctioned the use of this word, and imparted it to the 95 8”,23| remained thenceforth shut (this wordopeneddenotes that the 96 8”,23| in sense attached to the word.” Celestius, on the other 97 8”,23| phrase “no one,” which is one word as written in Greek, is 98 8”,23| Creed, not merely a single word, but even a single syllable. 99 8”,23| ourselves or others to change a word in the text of it, or even 100 8”,23| preserved intact both in word and in thought.” The Seventh 101 8”,23| sublime, reads as follows, word for word: “For each form 102 8”,23| reads as follows, word for word: “For each form operates 103 8”,23| reverence, who told him, “Convey word to Pope Eulogius that the 104 8”,23| of a conception that the word substance or (hypostasis) 105 8”,23| Monophysites used to be called in a word Acephali, or headless men, 106 8”,23| solitaries (in that the Greek word, monachos, means lone or 107 8”,23| the Diocese,” and that the wordDiocese” which it employs 108 8”,23| Blastaris (line 5) take the wordreceivers” to mean those 109 8”,23| 110] Instead of this word, John of Antioch substitutes 110 8”,23| Antioch substitutes the wordgirls” (in his Collection 111 8”,23| the corresponding Greek word “Panagiotatos”) “in all 112 8”,23| In the first sense of the word, therefore, the Bishop of 113 8”,23| the second sense of the word on account of the fact that 114 8”,23| entendre involved in the word Ecumenical that scandals 115 8”,23| these Popes, taking the word Ecumenical in the first 116 8”,23| second signification of the word, were unconcerned, and in 117 8”,23| 135] In other editions the wordillegal” does not occur.~  ~[ 118 8”,23| the present Canon states word for word.~  ~[141] Note 119 8”,23| present Canon states word for word.~  ~[141] Note that the 120 8”,23| Note of Translator. — The wordKyr” here is a transliteration 121 8”,23| abbreviated form of the Greek word Kyrios, meaning, approximately, 122 8”,23| prayerhouse, as some interpret the word), in a barn, or in a farmhouse, 123 8”,23| the fact that the Latin word mensa signifies table, and 124 8”,23| English language possesses no word exactly equivalent to the 125 8”,23| the corresponding Greek word, most persons try to express 126 8”,23| by means of the English word wisdom, instead of prudence, 127 8”,23| deprive the language of word signifying what the Greeks 128 8”,23| translated into English by the word wisdom) in men is gray hair 129 8”,23| denoted in English by the word promise or vow) is to be 130 8”,23| Devil” in English, a Greek word which in reality means “ 131 8”,23| which language lacks a word corresponding to the more 132 8”,23| more intelligible Greek word hedone, whence we have the 133 8”,23| Holy Fathers employed the word. And divine Gregory Palamas 134 8”,23| takes up (cf. the Greek word “apalabon,” meaning “who 135 8”,23| curious way.~ ~ [194] The wordsorcerersdesignates those 136 8”,23| being derived from this word call Greek klo, kalo, as 137 8”,23| especially of ravens, from which (word) indeed the name is derived ( 138 8”,23| matters she must not speak a word in church. That is an ornament, 139 8”,23| 214] Instead of the word perfumes (which in Greek 140 8”,23| aromata), others have the word edibles (which in the Greek 141 8”,23| substitute in English the inept word childbed), let this term 142 8”,23| Ps. 42:2), in which the wordstrongstands for the 143 8”,23| stands for the same Greek word as is here renderedMighty,” 144 8”,23| renderedMighty,” while the wordliving” is equivalent to 145 8”,23| living” is equivalent to the wordImmortal.” The expression “ 146 8”,23| that ever was made. The wordimmortal,” on the other 147 8”,23| called a dominical, which word means in Latin “the Lord’ 148 8”,23| more.”~ ~ [255] By the wordcustom” is meant the term 149 8”,23| streets. It did not mention a word about construction of a 150 8”,23| relatively.~ ~ [264] The word icon is derived from the 151 8”,23| original. But in Greek the word icon means simply a picture 152 8”,23| full meaning of the Greek word in English we should have 153 8”,23| honorary adoration.” But the word adoration may be taken in 154 8”,23| Conciliar Records). Since the word worship (or its Greek equivalent 155 8”,23| excellent manner. If the word worship is said of anyone 156 8”,23| things (in this sense of the word, in fact, all creatures 157 8”,23| activity, having taken this word from the saint’s fourth 158 8”,23| a nunnery.~ ~ [278] The wordfripperyproperly signifies 159 8”,23| while in the R.V. only the wordcharity” has been corrected 160 8”,23| not understand the Greek word at all and were only guessing 161 8”,23| pains to translate the Greek word perperevetai here by its


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