Scripture

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English[edit]

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From Latin scrīptūra (a writing, scripture), from scrīptum, the supine of scrībō (I write).

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Scripture

  1. The Old and New Testaments of the Christian Bible.
  2. The Hebrew Tanakh
  3. The Muslim Quran.
  4. Any of several other texts considered holy:
    1. the Aqdas
    2. the Adi Granth
    3. the Avesta
    4. the Book of Shadows
    5. the Raelian Sensual Meditation
    6. the Poetic Edda
    7. the Tripitaka
    8. the Veda

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Scripture (uncountable)

  1. The religious text of a given religion.

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