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textus receptus

noun tex·tus re·cep·tus \ˌtek-stəs-ri-ˈsep-təs\

Definition of TEXTUS RECEPTUS

:  the generally accepted text of a literary work (as the Greek New Testament)

Origin of TEXTUS RECEPTUS

New Latin, literally, received text
First Known Use: 1851

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