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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | of received canons in the Greek Orthodox Church. In 1800, 2 Intro | by a paraphrase in modern Greek along with a commentary 3 Intro | faithfully transmitted in the Greek manuscript tradition. This 4 Intro | certain exceptions, the Greek text of the canons of the 5 Intro | signs of being based on a Greek text earlier than those 6 Intro | of Latin translations of Greek terms found in these versions 7 Intro | very close to the oldest Greek editions we have. At the 8 1 | Council of Nicaea written in Greek in the fifth century by 9 1 | canons, whether in Latin or Greek, composed in the fourth 10 1”,11| of the demons, and swore Greek oaths, are to be excommunicated 11 1”,14| is one derived from the Greek verb catecho (altered to “ 12 1”,14| their breath (or, as the Greek has it, “mystically”) and 13 1”,18| their very name (i.e., in Greek the word deacon signifies 14 1”,18| English); for deacon (as a Greek word) really means servant. 15 2”,6 | their case to “peramatic” (a Greek word with a signification 16 2”,6 | designated “hyperhorial” (a Greek word meaning about the same 17 2”,7 | designation may be based upon the Greek word aristos, meaningbest,” 18 3 | the flesh, a Theotoke (a Greek word meaning “she who has 19 3 | human personality (called in Greek ensarcosis and enanthropesis 20 4”,14| heretic, or a Jew, or a Greek, unless they first promise 21 4”,14| either with a Jew or with a Greek, with one, in other words, 22 4”,17| monoecia (which word meant, in Greek, “lone habitations”). Country 23 4”,18| civil, laws themselves of Greek[104] as well as of Orthodox 24 4”,18| is what is denoted by the Greek word corresponding to the 25 5 | ii), in five written in Greek. It was attended by Fathers 26 7 | surnamed Rhinotmetus (a Greek word meaning “with the nose 27 7”,1 | hands in refashioning the Greek myths and recounting to 28 7”,1 | may be true, although the Greek text of the Canon does not 29 7”,1 | but instead employs the Greek word signifying “repose,” 30 7”,16| original, but according to the Greek translation of it), because 31 7”,28| say in English, though in Greek the same idea is expressed 32 7”,41| It is derived from the Greek word for desert eremia, 33 7”,41| desert eremia, whence the Greek word in question is eremites, 34 7”,50| though but two words in Greek, meaning, approximately, “ 35 7”,60| these ruinous practices and Greekrackets,” we decree that 36 7”,60| such ruinous, devilish, and Greekrackets.” If, however, 37 7”,60| divination and following Greek customs, and bringing wizards[ 38 7”,61| on the other hand, were Greek festivals. The Vota, referring 39 7”,61| derived from bromos, a Greek word signifying a peal as 40 7”,61| these are called in modern Greek, being a kind of earthen 41 7”,64| Wishing to show that if such Greek customs when observed by 42 7”,70| must not resort to the Greek customs, nor moreover must 43 7”,70| law wont to adopt these Greek customs, and would let themselves 44 7”,78| boiling fine flour (called in Greek semidalis) and giving thereof 45 7”,85| harlots, and prostitutes (the Greek language making no distinction 46 7”,90| term is also applied (in Greek) to the foetus destroyed 47 7”,93| As for those who take Greek oaths, the Canon makes them 48 7”,93| excommunication.~ ~Interpretation.~Greek customs ought to be hated 49 7”,99| of this Canon is in the Greek edition.)~ ~Concord.~Inasmuch 50 8”,1 | according to Zonaras, the Greek word for “unwaveringdenotes 51 8”,16| silkworms are called in Greek seres after the Seres, or 52 8”,23| injury to the soul (the Greek name of which is psyche, 53 8”,23| of acrostic, Caraj (or in Greek, Karai). For the letter 54 8”,23| the pronoun “touto” in the Greek text of the Canon, translated 55 8”,23| and a temple is called (in Greek) “jeron.” Others, however, 56 8”,23| derived from Hebrew and Greek, precisely as the word antimensium 57 8”,23| antimensium is derived from Greek and Latin. But in that case 58 8”,23| word coessential (or, in Greek, homoousian) was the cause 59 8”,23| world began (or, as the Greek idiom has it, “from the 60 8”,23| name of which animals in Greek is cynes). Having gained 61 8”,23| 56] The noundiocese” in Greek is one of many different 62 8”,23| perfect familiarity with the Greek language, which, of course, 63 8”,23| perhaps a corruption of the Greek word aristus, signifying “ 64 8”,23| hand (called aristeri in Greek) and would not receive anything 65 8”,23| Note that just as the (the Greek word meaning the same thing 66 8”,23| another Creed (called in GreekSymbol of Faith”) is as 67 8”,23| is one word as written in Greek, is a general and universal 68 8”,23| silver plaques, on the one in Greek, and on the other in Latin, 69 8”,23| courageously and gallantly our Greek representatives repudiated 70 8”,23| to St. Matthew written in Greek by Barnabas himself with 71 8”,23| on Good Friday (called in GreekGreat Friday”), according 72 8”,23| entirely impassive, or, in Greek, apathes, on which account 73 8”,23| with the custom called in Greek adelphopoeia). For these 74 8”,23| solitaries (in that the Greek word, monachos, means lone 75 8”,23| inhabited earth (called in Greek the “oecumene”). These Papists 76 8”,23| treason (or what is called in Greek cathosiosis, i.e., a violation 77 8”,23| speaking of the corresponding Greek word “Panagiotatos”) “in 78 8”,23| inhabited earth (called in Greek the “Oikoumene,” or, according 79 8”,23| nevertheless called (in Greek) lords of the inhabited 80 8”,23| semeioma, as it is called in Greek) prohibited clergymen from 81 8”,23| abbreviated form of the Greek word Kyrios, meaning, approximately, 82 8”,23| Dionysius calls “select” (or, in Greek, eccritoi).~ ~ [148] Attached 83 8”,23| more usually called, in Greek, antidora), but must be 84 8”,23| it denotes. For zeon, in Greek, signifies boiling water. 85 8”,23| the preparative (called in Greek proscomide, or proskomide, 86 8”,23| golden-seal edict (called in Greek chrysoboullon), though he 87 8”,23| equivalent to the corresponding Greek word, most persons try to 88 8”,23| the “Devil” in English, a Greek word which in reality means “ 89 8”,23| to the more intelligible Greek word hedone, whence we have 90 8”,23| the once-married (or, in Greek, monogamous) widows. So 91 8”,23| the monk takes up (cf. the Greek word “apalabon,” meaning “ 92 8”,23| common name for monks in the Greek vernacular), and that they 93 8”,23| was unacquainted with the Greek language, according to Letter 94 8”,23| called Tessaracostae in Greek), thus typifying in Himself 95 8”,23| English “the evil eye,” or in Greek baskaniai of eyes. Others 96 8”,23| called the Kalanda (in modern Greek), playing games, dancing 97 8”,23| calls, the corresponding Greek term being derived from 98 8”,23| derived from this word call Greek klo, kalo, as a learned 99 8”,23| of the Octateuch). This Greek custom of augury is still 100 8”,23| May, since this too is a Greek custom and also a heathen 101 8”,23| abolishing all such Satanic and Greekrackets.” For Christians 102 8”,23| the name is derived (in Greek, that is to say, the corresponding 103 8”,23| to say, the corresponding Greek term is derived from the 104 8”,23| enteromanteis (i.e., haruspices) in Greek, according to Photius and 105 8”,23| part on Sundays (called in Greek “the Lord’s days”). In connection 106 8”,23| word perfumes (which in Greek is aromata), others have 107 8”,23| word edibles (which in the Greek is bromata), as Zonaras 108 8”,23| the Theotoke a locheia in Greek (for which we substitute 109 8”,23| highly specific terms of the Greek language in this connection, 110 8”,23| enough be substituted for the Greek termlocheia” in this case.)~ ~ [ 111 8”,23| chanted everywhere in the Greek tongue. Hence it was too 112 8”,23| in Armenian, but only in Greek. Accordingly, even to this 113 8”,23| ceremony chant the Trisagion in Greek, and not in Latin, out of 114 8”,23| strongstands for the same Greek word as is here rendered “ 115 8”,23| cease their fast” (or, in Greek, “aponestizesthai”) is meant 116 8”,23| called “penitences” (or, in Greek, “metanoeae”), but that 117 8”,23| because they renounced (Greek apotasso) their appetites 118 8”,23| not bread at all, in the Greek sense of the term, because 119 8”,23| icon is derived from the Greek eoikenai, meaning to “look 120 8”,23| recalls the original. But in Greek the word icon means simply 121 8”,23| books, etc. Accordingly, in Greek, one may use it in the sense 122 8”,23| thing. For, in the ancient Greek language, the main verb 123 8”,23| the full meaning of the Greek word in English we should 124 8”,23| the word worship (or its Greek equivalent latreia) properly 125 8”,23| been reprinted recently (in Greek).~ ~ [272] As concerns 126 8”,23| thing. The corresponding Greek noun (perpereia) is derived 127 8”,23| could not understand the Greek word at all and were only 128 8”,23| taken pains to translate the Greek word perperevetai here by 129 8”,23| men unfamiliar with the Greek tongue, which to them is


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