menology

noun me·nol·o·gy \ mə̇ˈnäləjē , mēˈ- \

Definition of menology

plural -es
1 :an ecclesiastical calendar of festivals celebrated in honor of particular saints and martyrs; also :a register of saints or outstanding religious personages
2 : menologion

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Origin and Etymology of menology

Middle Greek mēnologion, from Greek mēn month + logos word, account + -ion, diminutive suffix


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