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post–communion

noun, post–com·mu·nion often capitalized P&C \ˌpōs(t)-kə-ˈmyü-nyən\

Definition of POST-COMMUNION

:  a liturgically variable prayer following the communion at Eucharist

Origin of POST-COMMUNION

Medieval Latin postcommunion-, postcommunio, from Latin post- + Late Latin communio communion
First Known Use: 15th century

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