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Didache

/ (ˈdɪdəˌkiː) /
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noun

a treatise, perhaps of the 1st or early 2nd century ad, on Christian morality and practicesAlso called: the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles

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Word Origin for Didache

C19: from Greek, literally: a teaching, from didaskein to teach
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