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textuary

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noun tex·tu·ary \ˈteks-chə-ˌwer-ē\

Definition of textuary

plural tex·tu·ar·ies

  1. :  one who is well informed in the Bible or in biblical scholarship



Origin of textuary

Medieval Latin textus


First Known Use: 1608


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textuary

adjective tex·tu·ary

Definition of textuary

  1. :  textual



1646

First Known Use of textuary

1646


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