textus receptus[tĕkˌtəs rĭ-sĕpˈtəs]
textus receptus definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Textus Receptus The Greek text of the New Testament that became standard in printed editions from the 16th to the end of the 19th century.
- The text of a written work that is generally considered genuine or original.
Origin: Latin, received text : textus, text + receptus, past participle of recipere, to receive.