Definition of prosphora
: one of several loaves of bread each with special seals on the upper side used in the Eastern Church in the preparation of the Eucharistic elements
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Origin and Etymology of prosphora
Late Greek, from Greek, offering, from prospherein to present, offer, from pros- + pherein to carry
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