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  • Then that race whose son carried the Savior's Cross, while the Semitic and Japhetic races united to crucify Him, will wear the Dispensational Crown; being also the race, which in the person of the Ethiopian eunuch, furnished the first convert of pure Gentile blood (through a Jewish proselyte) and who hastened to stretch out his hand to God, when Philip drew near to him; and even to ask himself for Christian Baptism. Men of Maryland
  • French aphetic forms, but the first two are also from Old French forms of Matthew, and Masson is sometimes an alternative form of Mason. The Romance of Names
  • The scarcity of Groser, grocer, is not surprising, for the word, aphetic for engrosser, originally meaning a wholesale dealer, one who sold en gros, is of comparatively late occurrence. The Romance of Names
  • Japhetic and Semitic tongues, it may be remarked that though nothing can be more distinct than Sanscrit and Arabic, yet that Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah
  • Semitic, and the Aryan, or Indo-European (formerly called the Japhetic). General History for Colleges and High Schools
  • Thus "Japhetic" came to be used as a synonym for Europeans. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • We even find the names Saint, Martyr and Postill, the regular aphetic form of apostle (Chapter III), just as we find King and Pope. The Romance of Names
  • But I will go further in my deductions, and I will affirm that this specimen of the human family is of the Japhetic race, which has since spread from the Journey to the Interior of the Earth
  • These are emphatically the Japhetic nations, nominally Christians, but armed at this moment to the teeth to destroy one another in defiance of the Gospel which they profess to believe Men of Maryland
  • Hamitic or Japhetic, as springing from the three sons of Noah, all partook of some of the natural proclivities of their revered and ancient grand-sire. Twentieth Century Negro Literature Or, A Cyclopedia of Thought on the Vital Topics Relating to the American Negro
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