Apocrypha

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Etymology[edit]

See apocrypha.

Proper noun[edit]

Apocrypha pl (plural only)

  1. That group of works which formed part of the Septuagint, but not of the Hebrew canon recognized by the Jews, and which is considered by some Christians to form an authentic part of Scripture, but which is rejected by others (namely by Protestants).
    Synonym: Deuterocanon

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