Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Assimilation of ap- for apo- before the aspirate, as in apheresis, aphelion, etc.

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Examples

  • It has been pointed out as a suspicious circumstance that in ver. 9, "the phrase aph 'hes ekbeble'kei epta ` daimo'nia, is attached to the name, of Mary Magdalene, although she had been mentioned three times before without such appendix.

    The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel According to S. Mark Vindicated Against Recent Critical Objectors and Established

  • Ma ndiqale ngokubulela imbeko esiyinikwe bubukumkani bamaXhosa obusivumeleyo ukuba nathi sibe khon'aph'eNqadu ngolusuku lusind 'uMzantsi Afrika uwonke, nathi sikhahlele kumntwan'egazi - A!

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Ma ndiqale ngokubulela imbeko esiyinikwe bubukumkani bamaXhosa obusivumeleyo ukuba nathi sibe khon'aph'eNqadu ngolusuku lusind 'uMzantsi Afrika uwonke, nathi sikhahlele kumntwan'egazi - A!

    Speech at the Funeral of King Xolilizwe Sigcawu

  • As he spoke it, Ethan wished for something less trite than that ancient government aph-orism.

    Mission to Moulokin

  • : He ton theion logion didaskalia, to piston aph 'heautes echousa dia to theopneuston einai; -- "The doctrine of the divine oracles hath its credibility from itself, because of its divine inspiration."

    Pneumatologia

  • * He ton theion logion didaskalia, to piston aph 'heautes echousa dia to theopneuston einai;: [4859] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • [91] This was a customary formula, [Greek: aph 'Estias archou], "begin from Hestia," first adore Vesta, the god of the family hearth.

    The Eleven Comedies, Volume 2

  • It is written of the Son of man, _emathen aph on epathen_.

    Letters to His Friends

  • He replies, that he has no leisure, being hindered by many matters of private and public importance; and he adds, "I have certain mistresses which will not allow me to be absent from them day nor night, on account of the spells and charms, which learning, they receive from me" -- [Greek: eisi de kai philai moi, ai oute hemeras oute nuktos aph autôn easousi me apienai, philtra te manthanousai par emon kai epôdas.]

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 54, No. 338, December 1843

  • The temptation opens with an 'aph ki, i.e. "indeed that."

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

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