Scripture

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Etymology[edit]

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

Noun[edit]

Scripture (plural Scriptures)

  1. The foundational text of a given religion, or a text considered especially holy.

Usage notes[edit]

Often used by religious people as a proper noun for their own religion's foundational text.

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