se·di·lia noun plural \sə-ˈdēl-yə, -ˈdil-, especially British -ˈdī(-ə)l-\
: seats on the south side of the chancel for the celebrant and his assistants
Origin of SEDILIA
Latin, plural of sedile
seat, from sedēre
First Known Use: 1793
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