[hur-muh-noo-tik, -nyoo-] /ˌhɜr məˈnu tɪk, -ˈnyu-/
of or relating to ; interpretative; explanatory.
of or relating to the interpretation of Scripture; using or relating to hermeneutics
“interpretive,” 1670s, from Greek hermeneutikos “interpreting,” from hermeneutes “interpreter,” from hermeneuein “to interpret,” of unknown origin (formerly considered ultimately a derivative of Hermes, as the tutelary divinity of speech, writing, and eloquence).
[hur-muh-noo-tiks, -nyoo-] /ˌhɜr məˈnu tɪks, -ˈnyu-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the science of interpretation, especially of the Scriptures. 2. the branch of theology that deals with the principles of Biblical exegesis. /ˌhɜːmɪˈnjuːtɪks/ noun (functioning as sing) 1. the science of interpretation, esp of Scripture 2. the branch of theology that deals with […]
[hur-meez] /ˈhɜr miz/ noun 1. the ancient Greek herald and messenger of the gods and the god of roads, commerce, invention, cunning, and theft. Compare (def 3). 2. Astronomy. a small asteroid that in 1937 approached within 485,000 miles (780,000 km) of the earth, the closest approach of an asteroid ever observed. /ˈhɜːmiːz/ noun 1. […]
noun 1. a name variously ascribed by Neoplatonists and others to an Egyptian priest or to the Egyptian god Thoth, to some extent identified with the Grecian Hermes: various mystical, religious, philosophical, astrological, and alchemical writings were ascribed to him. /ˌtrɪsməˈdʒɪstəs/ noun 1. a Greek name for the Egyptian god Thoth, credited with various works […]
[hur-met-ik] /hɜrˈmɛt ɪk/ adjective 1. made airtight by fusion or sealing. 2. not affected by outward influence or power; isolated. 3. (sometimes initial capital letter) of, relating to, or characteristic of occult science, especially alchemy. 4. (initial capital letter) of or relating to Hermes Trismegistus or the writings ascribed to him. /hɜːˈmɛtɪk/ adjective 1. sealed […]