plural noun ag·ra·pha \ˈa-grə-fə\

Definition of agrapha

  1. :  sayings of Jesus not in the canonical gospels but found in other New Testament or early Christian writings

Origin and Etymology of agrapha

Greek, neuter plural of agraphos unwritten, from a- + graphein to write — more at carve

First Known Use: 1890

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