Hexateuch

Hexateuch

[hek-suh-took, -tyook]
noun
the first six books of the Old Testament.

Origin:
1875–80; hexa- + (Penta)teuch

Hexateuchal, adjective
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Hexateuch (ˈhɛksəˌtjuːk)
 
n
the first six books of the Old Testament
 
[C19: from hexa- + Greek teukhos a book]
 
'Hexateuchal
 
adj

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