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‘Peace be with you.’ (Christ's greeting to the Apostles after his resurrection.).
Middle English; earliest use found in Layamon (fl. 1250), poet. From post-classical Latin pax vobis peace be with you from classical Latin pāx peace + vōbīs, dative of vōs, 2nd person plural pronoun.
pax vobis/ˌpaks ˈvəʊbɪs/
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