Definition of Misrendered

1. Verb. (past of misrender) ¹



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Definition of Misrendered

1. misrender [v] - See also: misrender

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misrendered

misrelated
misrelates
misrelating
misrelation
misrelied
misrelies
misreligion
misreligions
misrely
misrelying
misremember
misremembered
misremembering
misremembers
misrender
misrendered (current term)
misrendering
misrenders
misrepeat
misrepeated
misrepeating
misrepeats
misreport
misreported
misreporting
misreports
misrepresent
misrepresentaation
misrepresentation
misrepresentations

Literary usage of Misrendered

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1. The assumption of Moses by Robert Henry Charles (1897)
"(3) Not infrequently we must translate, not the Latin text, but the Greek which it presupposes, but which was misrendered by the Latin translator. ..."

2. The History of the Jewish Church by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1882)
"... found that this conventional phrase had become completely established, and therefore, whenever the word Jehovah occurs in the Hebrew, misrendered it, ..."

3. A Companion to the Greek Testament and the English Version by Philip Schaff (1883)
"The Greek Present is often misrendered by the English Perfect, e. <?., Matt. xxv. 8, a! ... The Perfect misrendered by the Present: Matt. v. ..."

4. The Modern Language Quarterly by H. F. Heath, W. W. Greg (1902)
"... whenever the word Jehovah occurs in the Hebrew, misrendered it Kurios, " Master"; and the Latin translators, following the Greek, misrendered it again, ..."

5. Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1901)
"... following the Greek, misrendered it again, with their eyes open, Dominus; and the Protestant versions,1 with a few rare exceptions, mis- rendered it yet ..."

6. Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1877)
"... found that this conventional phrase had become completely established, and therefore, whenever the word Jehovah occurs in the Hebrew, misrendered it, ..."

7. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1893)
"... is misrendered by'' huntsman". Also in BB. 400 b 34 ; H. 61 b; Lee. 510 b; and Rennes 117 a 2. As to Eremon, son of Mfl, ..."

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