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sacristan

noun sac·ris·tan \ˈsa-krə-stən\

Definition of SACRISTAN

:  a person in charge of the sacristy and ceremonial equipment; also :  sexton

Origin of SACRISTAN

Middle English, from Medieval Latin sacristanus, from Latin sacr-, sacer
First Known Use: 14th century

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