Bible a book of teachings, written as if by Solomon: abbrev. Eccles, Eccl, or Ec
Origin of EcclesiastesEcclesiastical Late Latin ; from Classical Greek ekkl?siast?s, member of an ecclesia (see ecclesia): used in Septuagint for Classical Hebrew (language) kohelet, he who calls together an assembly ; from kahal, assembly
noun(used with a sing. verb)
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Origin of EcclesiastesLate Latin Eccl&emacron;siast&emacron;s, from Greek Ekkl&emacron;siast&emacron;s, preacher (translation of Hebrew q&omacron;helet), from ekkl&emacron;siast&emacron;s, a member of the ecclesia, from ekkl&emacron;si&amacron;, ecclesia; see ecclesia.
- (biblical) A book in the Old Testament of the Bible. Sometimes abbreviated as Eccl. or Eccles.
OriginSee also: Ecclesiasticus
Latin Ecclesiastes, from Ancient Greek according Septuaginta Ἐκκλησιαστής