noun Ve·ni·te \və-ˈnī-tē, -ˈnē-ˌtā\

Definition of Venite

  1. :  a liturgical chant composed of parts of Psalms 95 and 96

Origin and Etymology of venite

from the opening word of Psalm 95, Latin venīte “come!”, plural imperative of venīre “to come” — more at 1come

First Known Use: 13th century

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