krama

noun kra·ma \ˈkrämə\

Definition of krama

plural

-s

  1. :  the mingled and consecrated wine and water into which the consecrated bread is broken at the Eucharist in the Eastern Orthodox Church

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Origin and Etymology of krama

Greek, mixture, mixed wine, from kerannynai to mix — more at crater


Krama

noun kra·ma \"\
variants: or

Kromo

\ˈkrȯ(ˌ)mȯ\

Definition of Krama

plural

-s

  1. :  the form of Javanese used in speaking to or in the presence of social superiors

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Origin and Etymology of krama

Javanese krama


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