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diatessaron

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noun di·a·tes·sa·ron \ˌdī-ə-ˈte-sə-rən\

Definition of diatessaron

  1. :  a harmony of the four Gospels edited and arranged into a single connected narrative



Origin and Etymology of diatessaron

Greek (Euangelion) dia tessarōn, literally, Gospel out of four, from dia through, out of + tessarōn, genitive of tessares four — more at dia-, four


First Known Use: 1803


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