Origin of ecceClassical Latin
Ecce is a Latin word defined as behold.
An example of ecce is what is said when someone points out that someone else is being persecuted in an unjust way, "Ecce, this is not fair."
- Seeley in Ecce Homo) to call Socrates the " creator of science."
- Of Ecce Homo.) Nor did so superhuman a claim crush him, or deprive his soul of its balance.
- Seeley's Ecce Homo (1865).
- A Similar development of the idea of the one ecclesia as including all members of all local 1 Ecce Homo, ed.