Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Околу терминот Ортодокс



mid 17th century: via late Latin from late Greek orthodoxia ‘sound doctrine,’ from orthodoxos 



or·tho·dox

ˈôrTHəˌdäks/
adjective
  1. 1.
    (of a person or their views, especially religious or political ones, or other beliefs or practices) conforming to what is generally or traditionally accepted as right or true; established and approved.
    "the orthodox economics of today"
    synonyms:conservativetraditionalobservantdevoutstrict
    "an orthodox Hindu"
  2. 2.
    (of a thing) of the ordinary or usual type; normal.
    "they avoided orthodox jazz venues"

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    orthodox

    [awr-thuh-doks] 
     
    adjective
    1.
    of, relating to, or conforming to the approved form of any doctrine,philosophy, ideology, etc.
    2.
    of, relating to, or conforming to beliefs, attitudes, or modes of conductthat are generally approved.
    3.
    customary or conventional, as a means or method; established.
    4.
    sound or correct in opinion or doctrine, especially theological orreligious doctrine.
    5.
    conforming to the Christian faith as represented in the creeds of theearly church.
    6.
    (initial capital letterof, relating to, or designating the Eastern Church,especially the Greek Orthodox Church.
    7.
    (initial capital letterof, relating to, or characteristic of Orthodox Jewsor Orthodox Judaism.
    Origin of orthodox
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