or symbolic books
plural noun, Ecclesiastical.
the books of a religion containing the creeds, beliefs, etc.
(Christianity) the books containing the creeds, beliefs, or doctrine of religious groups that have emerged since the Reformation
adjective 1. serving as a symbol of something (often followed by of). 2. of, relating to, or expressed by a symbol. 3. characterized by or involving the use of symbols: a highly symbolic poem. 4. (in semantics, especially formerly) pertaining to a class of words that express only relations. Compare notional (def 7). 5. Computers. […]
- Symbolic assembler program
language (SAP) The assembly language for the IBM 704, defined in the late 1950s. (1994-12-12)
- Symbolic assembly
language An early system on the IBM 705. [Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959]. (1996-01-15)
- Symbolic automatic integrator
mathematics, tool (SAINT) A symbolic mathematics program written in Lisp by J. Slagle at MIT in 1961. [Sammet 1969, p. 410]. (1994-12-08)