Learining (Noun) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Learining (Noun)[ 1,,G1121, gramma ]
a letter," is used in the plural in Acts 26:24, with the meaning "learning:" "(thy much) learning (doth turn thee to madness)," RV, possibly an allusion to the Jewish Scriptures, to which the Apostle had been appealing; in John 7:15, "(How knoweth this Man) letters" (AV marg., "learning"), the succeeding phrase "not having learned" is illustrated in the papyri, where it indicates inability to write. See BILL.
[ 2,,G1319, didaskalia ]
"teaching, instruction" (akin to didasko, "to teach"), is translated "learning" in Romans 15:4. See DOCTRINE.