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'Your opinion has no common sense, therefore it's irrelevant.' - my motto for these last seven years.' - my motto four these last seven years
1580s, "of doubtful authenticity," from Apocrypha + -al (1). Middle English had apocrive (late 14c.) in same sense.
late 14c., neuter plural of Late Latin apocryphus "secret, not approved for public reading," from Greek apokryphos "hidden; obscure," thus "(books) of unknown authorship" (especially those included in the Septuagint and Vulgate but not originally written in Hebrew and not counted as genuine by the Jews), from apo- "away" (see apo-) + kryptein "to hide" (see crypt). Properly plural (the single would be Apocryphon or apocryphum), but commonly treated as a collective singular.'Your opinion has no common sense, therefore it's irrelevant.' - my motto for these last seven years.' - my motto four these last seven years
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