decalogue









decalogue


noun

  1. Ten Commandments. Ex. 20:2–17.

noun

  1. another name for the Ten Commandments
n.

“Ten Commandments,” late 14c., from Middle French decalogue, from Latin decalogus, from Greek, from the phrase hoi deka logoi used to translate “Ten Commandments” in Septuagint.

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