Definition of Origen in English:

Origen

Syllabification: Or·i·gen
Pronunciation: /ˈôriˌjen, ˈär-
 
/
( Circa 185-circa 254), Christian scholar and theologian, probably born in Alexandria, Egypt. His most well-known work was the Hexapla, an edition of the Old Testament with six or more parallel versions.

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