Critica sacra in two parts: the first containing Observations on all the radices or primitive Hebrew words of the Old Testament, in order alphabetical. Wherein both they (and many derivatives also issuing from them) are fully opened out of the best lexicographers and scholiasts. The third edition, corrected and much enlarged by the authour; with an addition of a supplement to both parts. The second Philological and theological observations upon all the Greek words of the New Testament, in order aphabetical [sic]. Wherein usually the etymon of the word is given, its force and emphasis observed, and the severall acceptions of it in Scripture, and the versions by expositors are set down. By Edward Leigh Esquire, Mr of Arts of Magdalen Hall in Oxford.
|Main Author:||Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671.|
printed by Abraham Miller and Roger Daniel [and John Redmayne], and are to be sold by the booksellers of London,
|Edition:||The fourth edition.|
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