Enochic

adjective
Enoch·ic | \(ˈ)ē¦näkik\
variants: or less commonly Enochian \-nōkēən, -näk- \

Definition of Enochic 

: of, relating to, or in the manner of any of the various apocryphal or pseudepigraphical books bearing the name of the patriarch Enoch

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History and Etymology for Enochic

Enoch, patriarch mentioned in Genesis 5 :18–24 + English -ic or -ian

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