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Glossa

Glossa may refer to several things:

  • glossa (γλῶσσα), a Greek word meaning "tongue" or "language", used in several English words including gloss, glossary, glossitis, and others
  • glossai (glossai hosei puros) - Apostles' marvelous gift of understanding of all the languages from the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost
  • glossa (music), a Spanish musical form, cultivated by Eduard Toldrà and others
  • Glossa Music, a Spanish music label
  • Glossa Ordinaria, a medieval scholarly Bible in which the text is surrounded by learned commentary
  • Glossai Greek plural (Γλῶσσαι), a glossary by Hesychius of Alexandria Glossae sacrae, Latin plural "holy tongues", a book which is an interpolation to Hesychius' work of a later date than his own
  • Possible misspelling of Glosa (a constructed language)

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