antiphonary


an·tiph·o·nary

noun \an-ˈti-fə-ˌner-ē\
plural an·tiph·o·nar·ies

Definition of ANTIPHONARY

1
:  a book containing a collection of antiphons
2
:  a book containing the choral parts of the Divine Office

First Known Use of ANTIPHONARY

15th century

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