noun or·do \ˈr-(ˌ)dō\
plural ordos or or·di·nes \ˈr-də-ˌnēz\

Definition of ORDO

:  a list of offices and feasts of the Roman Catholic Church for each day of the year

Origin of ORDO

Medieval Latin, from Latin, order
First Known Use: 1849


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