Is Bible called "Holy Sutras” or “Collection of Books”?


The English word "Bible" is derived from the Greek "τὰ βιβλία", pronounced as "ta biblia", which means "books". The singular form, "biblion", literally means "scroll", but later came to be used as the word "book". Its plural form is "biblia", which translates to "collection of books". The literal meaning of "Holy Bible" is "sacred collection of books".
There is a Chinese word that happens to be called "Collection of Books" (书集).


In praise of Bible's light divine, 
From "biblia" pure, its roots entwine, 
A treasury of truths, so fine, 
Where paths of life and wisdom shine.