Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|the homiletic part of the Jewish scripture > AGGADOT or AGGADAS.
|the homiletic part of the Jewish scripture > AGGADOTH or AGGADAHS.
|relating to the AGGADAH.
|a saying of Jesus not found in the canonical gospels > AGRAPHA.
|books of the New Testament not part of early Christian Bible.
|a list of the dead to be prayed for.
|an authoritative publication.
|relating to the bible > BIBLICALLY.
|learning or literature relating to the Bible.
|a book containing daily church services.
|a proclamation by the Pope.
|a round seal attached to a papal bull > BULLAE.
|a collection of papal bulls.
|a chain or connected series of things, esp. of the patristic comments on Scripture > CATENAS or CATENAE.
|a printed book containing one of the Five Books of Moses > CHUMASHES or CHUMASHIM.
|the Ten Commandments.
|recurring every day; having a daily cycle > DIURNALLY; (noun) a service book containing the day hours > DIURNALS.
|good news; announcement of glad tidings; especially, the gospel, or a gospel.
|evangeliar evangeliarion evangeliarium evangeliary evangelarium
|a book of passages from the Gospels to be used at Mass or other services.
|an explanation of the Latin epistle in the vernacular; (verb) to extend by interpolation.
|a treatise on ecclesiastical festivals.
|a clause in the Nicene Creed.
|a Buddhist paper scroll to which devotional chanting is directed.
|a narrative of the life of Christ, esp one of those included in the New Testament; (verb)to instruct in the gospel > GOSPELS, GOSPELLING, GOSPELLED.
|a record of Muslim sayings, second in authority to the Koran.
|in Judaism, a Biblical selection > HAFTARAS, HAFTAROT, HAFTAROTH.
|in Judaism, a Biblical selection > HAFTARAHS, HAFTAROT, HAFTAROTH.
|in Judaism, a Biblical selection > HAFTORAHS, HAFTOROT, HAFTOROTH, HAFTOROS or HAFTAROS
|hagadic haggadic haggadical haggadistic
|relating to the HAGGADAH.
|the homiletic part of the Jewish scripture > HAGGADAS, HAGGADOT or HAGGADOTH.
|the homiletic part of the Jewish scripture > HAGGADAHS, HAGGADOT or HAGGADOTH.
|the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition > HALACHOT, HALACHAS or HALACHOTH.
|relating to HALACHA, the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition. Also HALAKHIC.
|the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition > HALAKAHS.
|the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition > HALAKHAS.
|the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition > HALAKHAHS or HALAKHOTH.
|relating to HALACHA, the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition.
|pertaining to the HALAKHA, the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition.
|in Judaism, a Biblical selection > HAPHTARAS, HAPHTAROT, HAPHTAROTH.
|in Judaism, a Biblical selection > HAPHTARAHS.
|a book of six (especially Biblical) parallel texts > HEXAPLAS. [Gk. hexapla, sixfold]. Cf. OCTAPLA.
|relating to a HEXAPLA, an edition of the bible in six languages.
|hymnal hymnary hymnbook
|a book of hymns.
|the birth-story of Buddha.
|a book, or a list, of lections, for reading in divine service.
|one of the sayings of Jesus not recorded in the Gospels > LOGIA or LOGIONS.
|a Hebrew holiday-ritual prayer book > MACHZORIM or MACHZORS.
|the concluding section of a PARASHAH, a passage in Jewish literature.
|a Hebrew holiday-ritual prayer book > MAHZORIM or MAHZORS.
|in Judaism, a scroll containing a book of the Old Testament > MEGILLAS.
|in Judaism, a scroll containing a book of the Old Testament; (fig.) a long tedious account > MEGILLAHS, MEGILLOTH. [Hebrew megillah, scroll or volume].
|the segment of the rabbinic oral tradition that interprets or expounds the Bible > MIDRASHIM, MIDRASHOTH or MIDRASHOT.
|relating to the MIDRASH, the segment of the rabbinic oral tradition that interprets or expounds the Bible.
|a book containing a complete service for mass.
|rabbinic literature concerned with ethics, right conduct etc.
|indicating order of sequence > ORDINALLY; (noun) a book containing religious rites, especially for ordination.
|an annual religious calendar with instructions for Mass and office for each day > ORDINES or ORDOS.
|letters recommending the bearer as being at peace with the Church, aka letters pacifical.
|a collection of sermons for Orthodox church festivals > PANEGYRICA.
|a passage in Jewish literature > PARASHOTH, PARASHIOTH, PARASHAHS or PARASHOT.
|a book in which are described the sufferings of saints and martyrs.
|relating to the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Old Testament.
|portas porteous portess portesse porthors porthos porthouse portous
|a portable BREVIARY.
|before the exile, used of Old Testament writings prior to the Jewish exile.
|a book of psalms.
|any one of a class of sacred books of Hindu mythology, cosmology, etc, written in Sanskrit.
|pertaining to the PURANAS, the Hindu sacred books.
|a passage in book printed in red or other distinctive type, especially such direction in service book.
|to write, print, or mark in red; formerly, to enter (a name) in red letters in a calendar of saints.
|any of the sacred writings of Hinduism.
|relating to scripture > SCRIPTURALLY.
|a person who adheres to the letter of Scripture; a person who studies Scripture.
|a biblical writing.
|adherence to the scriptures.
|any book of Hebrew religious literature > SIFREI.
|sharia shariah shariat sheria sheriat
|the body of Islamic law.
|any of the sacred writings of Hinduism.
|a Jewish prayer book containing prayers and other information relevant to the daily liturgy > SIDDURIM or SIDDURS.
|a class of Hindu sacred literature > SMRITIS. [Skr.'what is remembered'].
|a collection of traditions received by orthodox Muslims as of equal authority with the Koran.
|a chapter of the Koran.
|a lection containing an account of a saint's life > SYNAXARIA.
|the body of the Jewish civil and canonical law not comprised in the Pentateuch.
|relating to the TALMUD.
|Hindu or Buddhist religious writings concerned with mysticism and magic.
|the Mosaic book of the law, the Pentateuch; a scroll containing this. The pl. of TORAH is TORAHS, TOROT or TOROTH.
|the whole body of the northern Buddhist canonical writings. [Pali, 'three baskets'].
|contrary to or unsanctioned by the Bible.