Origin: L. Seminarium, fr. Seminarius belonging to seed, fr. Semon, seminis, seed. See Seminal.
1. A piece of ground where seed is sown for producing plants for transplantation; a nursery; a seed plat. But if you draw them [seedling] only for the thinning of your seminary, prick them into some empty beds. (Evelyn)
Origin: L. Seminarius.
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... ancient manuscript. The RSV is still widely considered to be the most accurate translation available, being the preferred version in many seminaries. Many other versions have been published since then, some of the most popular being the New American Bible in the Catholic Church and the ...
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