triglot

triglot

(ˈtraɪɡlɒt)
n
(Languages) a book in three languages
adj
(Languages) (of a book or text) in three languages
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Up to 1819 Young made good progress in the understanding of that document called triglot (there were three texts) but a number of reasons seem to have prevented him from doing much more to complete the undertaking.
In Triglot concordia: The symbolical books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church: German-Latin-English.
West) Triglot Vocabulary (English, Chinese, Malay).
On a page separate from these is a triglot of about fifty entries (Arabic Persian, Turkic, MS p.
His discussions, judicious and competent, also contain eight figures (e.g., figure 1: Theory of Local Texts, reproduced from The New International Version Triglot Old Testament [Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 1981]) and nine tables (e.g., table 6: Hebrew Transmission of the OT) - all of which are helpful to the neophyte in OT textual criticism.