evangelion

noun evan·ge·lion \ ˌeˌväŋˈgyelyȯn \

Definition of evangelion

plural -s
1 Eastern Church : evangelistary
2 Eastern Church : a pericope of a gospel as read in the liturgy

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Origin and Etymology of evangelion

Late Greek euangelion, from Greek, good news, gospel


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