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Webster's Dictionary [1]

(n.) Alt. of Peshitto

The Nuttall Encyclopedia [2]

E . simple), a version of the Bible in Syriac, executed not later than the middle of the 2nd century for Judaic Christians in the Syrian Church, the version of the Old Testament being executed direct from the Hebrew and that of the New being the first translation of the Greek of it into a foreign tongue, and both of value in questions affecting exegesis and the original text; the New Testament version contains all the books now included except the Apocalypse, Jude, 2Peter, and 2 and 3John.