Letter of Jeremiah

noun

Definition of Letter of Jeremiah

  1. :  a letter included at the end of Baruch in the Roman Catholic canon, as a discrete book in the Eastern Orthodox canon, and sometimes as a separate book in the Protestant Apocrypha —abbreviation Let Jer —called also Epistle of Jeremiah — see bible table

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1735

First Known Use of letter of jeremiah

1735


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