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Pericope: the ultimate word origin for this word is from the Greek. It comes from the Greek word: koptein meaning to cut. Then the word goes through various stages of Greek and Latin. The word finally arrives in English in the mid 17th cent. It is pronounced: puh- rick- uh-pee.

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pronunciation | E-‘ter-ni-‘ter-E-an #eternitarian, noun, it's sort of a word, eternity, soul, heaven, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, E

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