• A manuscript volume, especially of a classic work or of the Scriptures.
  • A code.
  • A manuscript volume, complete or fragmentary, as of a classic work or of the sacred Scriptures.
  • A collection of approved medical formulas, with the processes necessary for forming the compounds referred to in it: as, the French <em>codex.</em>
  • None
  • A book; a manuscript.
  • A collection or digest of laws; a code.
  • An ancient manuscript of the Sacred Scriptures, or any part of them, particularly the New Testament.
  • A collection of canons.
  • an <xref>early</xref> <xref>manuscript</xref> <xref>book</xref>
  • a book bound in the modern manner, by joining pages, as opposed to a rolled <xref>scroll</xref>
  • an <xref>official</xref> <xref>list</xref> of <xref>medicines</xref> and <xref>medicinal</xref> <xref>ingredients</xref>
  • an official list of chemicals or medicines etc.
  • an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic (as distinguished from a scroll)
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