oblationary

noun
ob·​la·​tion·​ary | \-shəˌnerē, -ri\
plural -es

Definition of oblationary 

: an ecclesiastic who receives the oblations offered in the celebration of the Eucharist

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History and Etymology for oblationary

Medieval Latin oblationarius, from Late Latin oblation-, oblatio oblation + Latin -arius -ary

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