thurible


thu·ri·ble

noun \ˈthr-ə-bəl, ˈthyr-, ˈthər-\

Definition of THURIBLE

:  censer

Origin of THURIBLE

Middle English thurribul, from Latin thuribulum, from thur-, thus incense, from Greek thyos incense, sacrifice, from thyein to sacrifice — more at thyme
First Known Use: 15th century

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