Definition of diaconicon
: the sacristy at the right or north side of the bema opposite to the prothesis
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Origin and Etymology of diaconicon
Late Latin & Late Greek; Late Latin diaconicum, from Late Greek diakonikon, from neuter of diakonikos of a deacon, from Greek, serviceable, from diakonos deacon, servant + -ikos -ic — more at deacon
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