proanaphora

noun, often capitalized pro·anaphora \(¦)prō+\

Definition of proanaphora

plural

-s

  1. :  the part of the liturgy of the Eastern Church preceding the anaphora

proanaphoral

\¦prō+\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of proanaphora

Middle Greek, from Greek pro- 1pro- + Late Greek anaphora — more at anaphora


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