Definition of Menaion
: a collection of hymns and collects for all days of the year in the Eastern Orthodox Church arranged in calendar order and usually divided into 12 volumes each for a different month and each containing the proper of the immovable feasts of Christ or the saints for the month; also : any of these volumes
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Origin and Etymology of menaion
Middle Greek mēnaion, from neuter of mēnaios monthly, from Greek mēn month — more at moon
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