anagignoskomena

plural noun
an·a·gig·nos·kom·e·na | \ˌanəˌgignəˈskämənə\

Definition of anagignoskomena 

Eastern Church

: the Old Testament Apocrypha

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First Known Use of anagignoskomena

1884, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for anagignoskomena

New Greek anagignōskomena, from Greek, neuter plural of present passive participle of anagignōskein, to know, acknowledge, read, from ana- + gignōskein to know, recognize

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