Decalogue

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From Middle French Décalogue, from Latin decalogus, from Ancient Greek δεκάλογος (dekálogos), from δέκα (déka, ten) + λόγος (lógos, statement)

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Decalogue

  1. The Ten Commandments.

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Decalogue (plural Decalogues)

  1. Any set of rules that have the weight of authority

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