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Definition of: Apocrypha

(ə·pokrə·fə) noun plural
1. Fourteen books of the Septuagint in the Vulgate but not in the canonical Hebrew Scriptures nor in the Authorized Version.
2. One of the various collections of unauthenticated writings that abounded in the first and second centuries, proposed as additions to, but not admitted to the New Testament Gospels. [<LL, neut. plural of apocryphus <Gk. apokryphos hidden <apokryptein <apo- away + kryptein hide]
—A·poc′ry·phal
adjective

Most often used phrases:

new testament Apocrypha
biblical Apocrypha
shakespeare Apocrypha
Apocrypha discordia
jewish Apocrypha
armchair Apocrypha
old testament Apocrypha
christian Apocrypha
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called Apocrypha
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modern Apocrypha
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pseudepigrapha Apocrypha
scarlet Apocrypha

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"Apocrypha" has the frequency of use of 0.0001% on en.wikipedia.org.

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