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Decalogue (n.)

"Ten Commandments," late 14c., from Latin decalogus, from Greek dekalogos, from the phrase hoi deka logoi used to translate "Ten Commandments" in Septuagint. See deca- + Logos.

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Definitions of Decalogue

Decalogue (n.)
the biblical commandments of Moses;
Synonyms: Ten Commandments
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