apo·ly·ti·kion | \ ˌäˌpȯlēˈtēˌkyȯn \
plural apolytikia\ -yä \
Definition of apolytikion
: the concluding hymn sung in the Eastern Church at the end of offices (such as matins and vespers) and varying from day to day according to the calendar
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