Origin of deutero-
Words nearby deutero-
WORDS THAT USE DEUTERO-
What does deutero- mean?
Deutero- comes from the Greek deúteros, meaning “second.”
What are variants of deutero-?
Examples of deutero-
Deuteronomy is the fifth book of the Old Testament of the Bible. It’s written in the form of Moses reiterating laws for the Israelites, including the Ten Commandments.
The deutero- part of the word means “second.” The -nomy part of the word comes from the Greek for “law.” Deuteronomy literally translates to “second law”—that is, as a second statement (copy) of Mosaic law.
The word Deuteronomy comes from the Greek Deuteronómion, which uses the equivalent form of deutero- in the language.
What are some words that use the combining form deutero-?
- deuterogamy (using the equivalent form of deutero- in Greek)
- deuteromycete (fusing the equivalent form of deutero- in New Latin)
What are some other forms that deutero- may be commonly confused with?
How to use deutero- in a sentence
The deviation in Matthew may have been found in a proto-or deutero-Mark, but have been omitted in his final edition.The Christian Faith Under Modern Searchlights|William Hallock Johnson
In the Deutero-Isaiah we reach the highest point in the evolution of prophetism.