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enchiridion

noun en·chi·rid·i·on \ˌen-ˌkī-ˈri-dē-ən, -ˌki-ˈ\
plural en·chi·rid·ia\-dē-ə\

Definition of ENCHIRIDION

Origin of ENCHIRIDION

Late Latin, from Greek encheiridion, from en in + cheir hand — more at in, chir-
First Known Use: 15th century

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