codex

  1. an official list of chemicals or medicines etc.
  2. an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic

Codex

(Latin) Book, roll of parchment.
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codex

A volume of ancient manuscript.
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codex

[n] - an official list of chemicals or medicines etc. 2. [n] - an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic
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codex

Book from before the invention of printing: in ancient times wax-coated wooden tablets; later, folded sheets of parchment were attached to the boards, then bound together. The name `codex` was...
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Codex

Co'dex noun ; plural Codices . [ Latin See Code .] 1. A book; a manuscript. 2. A collection or digest of laws; a code. Burrill. 3. An ancient manuscript of the Sacred Scriptures, or any part of them, particularly the New Testament. 4.
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codex

leaf-book noun an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic (as distinguished from a scroll)
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Codex

• (n.) An ancient manuscript of the Sacred Scriptures, or any part of them, particularly the New Testament. • (n.) A collection of canons. • (n.) A collection or digest of laws; a code. • (n.) A book; a manuscript.
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codex

manuscript book, especially of Scripture, early literature, or ancient mythological or historical annals.[11 related articles]
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codex

codex, codices A manuscript volume, especially of a classic work or of the Scriptures. Etymology: Latin codex, codic, 'tree trunk, wooden tablet, book', a variant of caudex, 'tree trunk'. Codex is a variant of caudex, a wooden stump to which petty criminals were tied in ancient Rome, rather like our stocks. This was also the word for a book made ...
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Codex

[horse] ==Triple Crown races== Trained by D. Wayne Lukas, Codex was considered the dominant 3-year-old colt in California after winning the 1980 Santa Anita Derby and Hollywood Derby. The horse`s owner, John Nerud, believed Triple Crown races could harm a horse and did not allow Lukas to nominate Codex for the 1980 Kentucky Derby. Lukas ini...
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codex

Book from before the invention of printing: in ancient times wax-coated wooden tablets; later, folded sheets of parchment were attached to the boards, then bound together. The name `codex` was used for all large works, collections of history, philosophy, poetry, and during the Roman empire designated collections of laws. Durin...
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Codex

[disambiguation] A codex is a book bound in the modern manner, by joining pages, as opposed to a rolled scroll. Codex or codec may also refer to: ==In computing== ==In entertainment and media== ===In games=== ==In literature== ===In music=== ===In television=== ===In web media=== ==In law== ==Other== ...
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Codex

[Warhammer 40,000] A codex (often pluralized as codexes, though the correct pluralization is codices even though Games Workshop even pluralizes it as Codexes), in the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop wargame, is a rules supplement containing information concerning a particular army, environment, or worldwide campaign. Codices for particular armies...
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Codex

A codex (Latin caudex for `trunk of a tree` or block of wood, book; plural codices) is a book made up of a number of sheets of paper, vellum, papyrus, or similar, with hand-written content, usually stacked and bound by fixing one edge and with covers thicker than the sheets, but sometimes continuous and folded concertina-style. The alternative t.....
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