Joh.

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Joh.

  1. (biblical, rare) Abbreviation of John (Gospel of John).
    • 1722, Francis Fox (editor), The New Teſtament, with References under the Text in Words at length; ſo that the parallel Texts may be ſeen at one View, volume II (second edition, 1748), Romans I.7, page 593, footnote n, column 1, lines 20–28:
      Luk. 10. 5. Into whatſoever Houſe ye enter, firſt ſay, Peace be to this Houſe. Joh. 14. 27. Peace I leave with you, my Peace I give unto you. Joh. 20. 19. — The firſt Day of the Week, — came Jeſus, and ſtood in the midſt, and ſaith unto them, Peace be unto you.

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