Definition of orthros
: the morning office in the Eastern Orthodox Church somewhat corresponding to the Latin lauds
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Origin and Etymology of orthros
orthros from Late Greek, from Greek, dawn, sunrise; orthron from Middle Greek or New Greek, alteration of Late Greek orthros; akin to Greek orthos straight, upright
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