ordo

noun
or·do | \ ˈȯr-(ˌ)dō \
plural ordos or ordines\ˈȯr-də-ˌnēz \

Definition of ordo 

: a list of offices and feasts of the Roman Catholic Church for each day of the year

First Known Use of ordo

1849, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ordo

Medieval Latin, from Latin, order

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