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Sep·tu·a·gint

 (sĕp′to͞o-ə-jĭnt′, sĕp-to͞o′ə-jənt, -tyo͞o′-)
n.
A Greek version of the Hebrew Scriptures that dates from the 3rd century bc, containing both a translation of the Hebrew and additional and variant material, regarded as the standard form of the Old Testament in the early Christian Church and still canonical in the Eastern Orthodox Church.

[Latin septuāgintā, seventy (from the traditional number of its translators) : septem, seven; see septm̥ in Indo-European roots + -gintā, ten times; see dekm̥ in Indo-European roots.]

Sep′tu·a·gin′tal (-jĭn′təl) adj.
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Septuagint

(ˈsɛptjʊəˌdʒɪnt)
n
(Bible) the principal Greek version of the Old Testament, including the Apocrypha, believed to have been translated by 70 or 72 scholars
[C16: from Latin septuāgintā seventy]
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Sep•tu•a•gint

(ˈsɛp tʃu əˌdʒɪnt, -tu-, -tyu-)

n.
the oldest Greek version of the Old Testament, traditionally said to have been translated by 70 or 72 Jewish scholars at the request of Ptolemy II.
[1555–65; < Latin septuāgintā seventy]
Sep`tu•a•gint′al, adj.
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Septuagint

 a group of seventy, 1864.
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Noun1.Septuagint - the oldest Greek version of the Old Testament; said to have been translated from the Hebrew by Jewish scholars at the request of Ptolemy II
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Translations

Septuagint

[ˈseptjʊədʒɪnt] Nversión f de los setenta
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References in periodicals archive ?
Septuaginta. Vaus Testamentum Graecum Auctoritate Academiae Litterarum Gottingensis editum, Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1967, 267, en donde se recoge la variante de [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], atestiguada por manuscritos de los siglos X al XIII.
De hecho, esta interpretacion de [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]: como sustancia informe es la que parecen recoger tanto la Septuaginta como la Vulgata.
Natalio FERNANDEZ MARCOS, Septuaginta: la Biblia griega de julios y cristianos, Salamanca: Ediciones Sigueme (<<Col.
Los traductores de la Septuaginta griega eligieron la palabra agape para hablar de la caridad, una palabra poco frecuente y neutra, que permitia darle un contenido teologico propio.
20-23) consideram que a conotacao moral negativa do termo "hipocrisia" teria surgido com a penetracao das religioes judaica e crista no Ocidente--entre os seculos III e II a.C., com a traducao para o grego do Antigo Testamento, a chamada Septuaginta ou LXX, onde a palavra hebraica hanef e traduzida como hypokrites.
Eberhard BONS, Daniela SCIALABBA y Dionisio CANDIDO (eds.), La Septuaginta. ?Porque resulta actual la Biblia griega?, Estella: Verbo Divino, 2017, 129 pp., 16 x 22, ISBN 978-84-9073-380-6.
(47) 'Illius namque tempore ducente septuaginta naues Sarracenorum Yspanie litus sunt adgresse, ibique omnia eorum agmina ferro sunt deleta et classes eorum ignibus concremate.
Despues vendra la predicacion por toda la India, su muerte bajo los arboles de sal, reconcentrado en si mismo, y el concilio en la cueva de las siete hojas, como la Septuaginta, cuando el querido Ananda recite los sutras y todos respondan de la misma manera, milagro: la doctrina ha quedado fijada.
La Septuaginta, nombre con el que era conocido este circulo de sacerdote rebeldes, rapidamente llego a ser un actor importante en la vida publica holandesa, beneficiandose de la atmosfera liberal entonces prevalente en la Iglesia catolica holandesa.