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In the opinion of the philosophers the son was understanding, Nous and Logos, from which the Latins made their Verbum.
And thus we clearly perceive the origin of the eternal father and of the Verbum his son, proceeding from him (Mens Ex Deo nata, says Macrobius): the oenima or spiritus mundi, was the Holy Ghost; and it is for this reason that Manes, Pasilides, Valentinius, and other pretended heretics of the first ages, who traced things to their source, said, that God the Father was the supreme inaccessible light (that of the heaven, the primum mobile, or the aplanes); the Son the secondary light resident in the sun, and the Holy Ghost the atmosphere of the earth (See Beausob.
Verbum sapientibus, "Your loving father, "J. F." That was all; but it renewed in Holly an uneasy regret that Fleur was coming.
Neque ullum verbum faciat perplexabile, neque ulla lingua sciat loqui nisi Attica, forte si tussire occepsit, ne sic tussiat, ut cuiquam linguam in tussiendo proserat.
It is indeed the _verbum caro factum_-the word made flesh and blood.
We know our lucubrations are read in high places, and respectfully insinuate verbum sapienti.
It is plain that this attempt to bring out the sense of the Sacred Writings naturally as well as accurately in present-day English does not permit, except to a limited extent, the method of literal rendering-the _verbo verbum reddere_ at which Horace shrugs his shoulders.
Dei verbum purum, purum, inclamant; hominum commentarios aversantur.
Dei verbum perurgemus, obscurant; Divos testamur interpretes, obsistunt.
Verbum Dei et purissima Sacramenta.
Semel emissum volat irrevocabile verbum.
How Master Richard cried out in Westminster Hall: and of his coming to a Privy Parlour _Eructavit cor meum verbum bonum: dico ego opera mea regi.
Amicus noster, homo multi studii atque in bonarum disciplinarum opere frequens, verbum _quiescit_ usitate e littera correpta dixit.
Graecaeque vocis [Greek: eschon kai eskon], lonice a verbo [Greek: escho ischo] et modum et originem verbum illud habere demonstravit.

Examples of Verbum

Example #1
And thus we clearly perceive the origin of the eternal father and of the Verbum his son, proceeding from him (Mens Ex Deo nata, says Macrobius): the oenima or spiritus mundi, was the Holy Ghost; and it is for this reason that Manes, Pasilides, Valentinius, and other pretended heretics of the first ages, who traced things to their source, said, that God the Father was the supreme inaccessible light (that of the heaven, the primum mobile, or the aplanes); the Son the secondary light resident in the sun, and the Holy Ghost the atmosphere of the earth (See Beausob.
Example #2
The epithet piter, or father, having been applied to the demi-ourgos of Plato, gave rise to an ambiguity which caused an enquiry to be made respecting the son of this father.
Example #3
In the opinion of the philosophers the son was understanding, Nous and Logos, from which the Latins made their Verbum.
Example #4
He went up with a dogged, white face.
Example #5
Soames interrupted her, he would go up and see for himself.