the third and final part of the Jewish Scriptures, those books not in the Law or the Prophets
Origin of HagiographaEcclesiastical Late Latin ; from Ecclesiastical Greek hagiographa (biblia), translated, translation of Classical Hebrew (language) ketuvim, literally , writings: see hagio- and amp; -graph
plural noun(used with a sing. or pl. verb) Bible
Origin of HagiographaLate Latin, from Late Greek, from neuter pl. of hagiographos, written by inspiration, scriptural : Greek hagio-, hagio- + Greek -graphos, written (from graphein, to write; see –graph).