Douay Version


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Noun1.Douay Version - an English translation of the Vulgate by Roman Catholic scholars
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Douay version translated from the Latin Vulgate which Flannery
Even the (Catholic) Douay version in English, which appeared in 1610 and was used until 1964, did not transliterate Y-H-V-H, since the Douay version was based on the Vulgate.
As Brown notes, 'The relationship between the two texts is so close, indeed, that in some cases obscurities in the Stonyhurst text are cleared up by referring to the corresponding passage in the Douay version'.