Origin of hexapla
OTHER WORDS FROM hexaplahex·a·plar, hex·a·plar·ic [hek-suh-plar-ik], /ˌhɛk səˈplær ɪk/, hex·a·plar·i·an [hek-suh-plair-ee-uhn], /ˌhɛk səˈplɛər i ən/, adjectivepost·hex·a·plar, adjective
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How to use hexapla in a sentence
The Tetrapla, on the other hand, was a separate edition which did not contain the first two columns of the Hexapla.
Tyndale's translation, with his latest revisions , was republished in the English Hexapla in 1841.
The "Hexapla" is a treasury of the most condensed criticism.
These parallel texts were known by the name of the Hexapla (sixfold).History of the Jews, Vol. II (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
We have said sufficient to show how the idea of the "Hexapla" arose in his mind.