Angelus


An·ge·lus

noun \ˈan-jə-ləs\

Definition of ANGELUS

1
:  a devotion of the Western church that commemorates the Incarnation and is said in the morning, at noon, and in the evening
2
:  a bell announcing the time for the Angelus

Origin of ANGELUS

Medieval Latin, from Late Latin, angel; from the first word of the opening versicle
First Known Use: 1658

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