Sirach

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Sirach

  1. (biblical) Ecclesiasticus, a book of the Bible.

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From the Ancient Greek Σειράχ (Seirákh).

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Particularly: “The ī is long, but what about the a?”

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Sīrach m (indeclinable)

  1. Sirach (Shimon ben Yeshua ben Eliezer ben Sira)
    • 1526, Erasmus, Lingua, page 194:
      Hinc Sirach ille ſapiẽs.
      Hence, Sirach is that sage.

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