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Its Hebrew spelling is pronounced “ah-koh,” while the Arabic is best transliterated as “Akka.”

The transliterated Hebrew terms sprinkled here and there are often incorrect, or the pronunciation badly rendered.

His name, in the list of civil prisoners, was transliterated one way; on the list of criminals, in another.

Greek words that may not display correctly in all browsers are transliterated in the text using hovers like this: βιβλος.

The initial sound is therefore to be distinguished from that of the Arabic and Hebrew letters properly transliterated "k."

Inscription containing Hezekiah's name transliterated and translated, 101-8.

Coded words originally written in Latin have been directly transliterated, as have the words in the Greek language.


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From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.