As noun the main difference between Canon and Scripture is that Canon is (Christianity) Alternative letter-case form of canon: a member of a chapter. while Scripture is The foundational text of a given religion, or a text considered especially holy.


As proper noun Canon is A surname.


Canon

English

(Canon)

Proper noun

(en proper noun)

Canon (plural Canons)

  • A surname.

  • (Roman Catholicism, with definite article) The Canon of the Mass.

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Noun

(en noun)

Canon (plural Canons)

  • (Christianity) Alternative letter-case form of canon: a member of a chapter.

  • (Christianity) Title for a canon.

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Synonyms

  • Canyon

  • Canon

Derived Terms

  • Canonise

  • Canonical

  • Canonic

  • Canonize

  • Canonist

Scripture

English

(Scripture)

Noun

(en noun)

Scripture (plural Scriptures)

  • The foundational text of a given religion, or a text considered especially holy.

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Synonyms

  • Scripture

  • Scripture

  • Word

  • Book

  • Bible

Derived Terms

  • Scriptural

  • Biblical

Related Terms