noun, plural pe·ric·o·pes, pe·ric·o·pae [puh-rik-uh-pee] /pəˈrɪk əˌpi/.
Origin of pericope
Related formspe·ric·o·pal, per·i·cop·ic [per-i-kop-ik] /ˌpɛr ɪˈkɒp ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for pericope
This is the date adopted by the Bollandists, because the ancient missals mark the pericope, Matt.Life of St. Francis of Assisi|Paul Sabatier
And first, the case of the pericope de adultera requires to be placed before the reader in its true bearings.
What if the Pericope de adultera, without being actually inserted in full, was recognized by Cod.
For unless they do, there is no help for it but the pericope de adultera must be left where it is.