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Japanese word ヒポクラテスの誓い comes from Japanese 誓い, Japanese の, Japanese ヒポクラテス (Hippocrates.).

ヒポクラテスの誓い etymology ?

ヒポクラテスの誓い detailed word origin explanation

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誓い Japanese (jpn) (Shinto, Buddhism) vow that the Buddha pledged to save sentient beings (Can we verify([http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wiktionary%3ARequests+for+verification%2FNon-English&action=edit&section=new&preload=Template:rfv-sense/preload&preloadtitle=%5B%5B%E8%AA%93%E3%81%84%23rfv-sense-notice-ja-%7c%E8%AA%93%E3%81%84%5D%5D +]) this sense?). An oath, pledge.
Japanese (jpn) Nominalizes an adjective, verb, or phrase. A noun, adverb, or phrase modifier. A sentence ending that indicates emphasis or a question, depending on intonation. Genitive case marker. Indicates identity or apposition. Indicates possession: of, -'s. Nominative case marker in a relative clause.
ヒポクラテス Japanese (jpn) Hippocrates.
ヒポクラテスの誓い Japanese (jpn) (medicine) the Hippocratic oath.