The Greek root corresponds in the Septuagint to the Heb.
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They were incorporated into the Septuagint, and thence passed to the Vulgate.
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On Sunday, the Greek Testament, and Septuagint, and French.
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In the chief MS. of the Septuagint, cod.
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The Jews of Jerusalem always held this Onion in abhorrence, as they did the translation called the Septuagint.
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One of these translations from the Hebrew is the Greek Septuagint.
"Chapters of Bible Study" by Herman J. Heuser
The Septuagint translates, There shall not be light, but cold and ice.
"Studies in Zechariah" by Arno C. Gaebelein
The Septuagint renders the verse somewhat differently.
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The Septuagint has omitted them.
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As it is called a whale in the Septuagint, and in St. Matthew, xii.
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A tenth of flour is the verbal rendering of the Hebrew, the Septuagint, and the Vulgate.
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Then there was a copy, or rather a translation, called the Septuagint.
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The early Christian Churches adopted the Septuagint, and were satisfied for a time.
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The order of the commandments relating to murder, adultery and stealing varies in the Vatican text of the Septuagint, viz.
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THE SEPTUAGINT BIBLE AND NEW TESTAMENT.
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In the Septuagint version of 1 Kings xviii.
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Further confusion appears in the Septuagint, which inserts after i.
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Possibly the passage is not in its original position: in the Septuagint it appears after ix.
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The authorship of that most famous Greek version of the Old Testament, the Septuagint, seems destined to be a mystery in literature.
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Cornhill, in 1886, made a brilliant attempt to reconstruct the Hebrew text with the aid of the Septuagint.
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