What does the word "Bible" literally mean?

The Holiness
The Books
The Word
The Truth
English word Bible comes from Latin biblia sacra "holy books". The plural "biblia" was often im­prop­er­ly in­ter­pret­ed as singular fem­i­nine, hence the old An­glo-Latin singular "bib­li­a". The root "biblia" is shared with words such as bib­li­og­ra­pher or bib­lio­phil­i­a, un­re­lat­ed to the Bible.

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The Holiness
The Books
The Word
The Truth
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flagFinland
0%
83%
0%
16%
12
flagthe United Arab Emirates
5%
72%
22%
0%
18
flagRussia
0%
70%
11%
11%
17
flagBelgium
0%
70%
23%
5%
17
flagItaly
0%
69%
26%
3%
26
flagthe Netherlands
0%
62%
29%
8%
37
flagFrance
0%
59%
27%
13%
37
flagSpain
0%
56%
31%
6%
16
flagGermany
2%
53%
27%
14%
143
flagRepublic of Ireland
6%
53%
25%
15%
32
flagPoland
3%
52%
31%
12%
9819
flagUkraine
0%
50%
37%
12%
16
flagNorway
6%
48%
41%
3%
31
flagthe United States
5%
47%
31%
14%
244
flagUnknown
1%
47%
24%
26%
57
flagthe United Kingdom
2%
44%
38%
14%
239
flagCanada
0%
34%
46%
19%
26
flagIndia
19%
29%
19%
29%
31
flagAustria
0%
28%
35%
35%
14

Gender

men50%
women46%
The Holiness
3%
3%
The Books
50%
46%
The Word
32%
36%
The Truth
13%
13%

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