orarion

noun ora·ri·on \ȯˈrärēˌȯn\
variants: or

orarium

\ōˈra(a)rēəm, -rer-, -rār-\

Definition of orarion

plural

oraria

\-rēə\
  1. :  a stole worn hanging over the left shoulder by a deacon in the Eastern Church

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Origin and Etymology of orarion

Middle Greek & Late Latin; Middle Greek ōrarion, from Late Latin orarium, from Latin or-, os mouth + -arium -ary — more at oral


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