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sacramentary

adjective sac·ra·men·ta·ry

Definition of sacramentary

  1. 1 :  of or relating to a sacrament :  sacramental

  2. 2 [Sacramentary] :  sacramentarian

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Origin and Etymology of sacramentary

Late Latin sacramentarius, from sacramentum sacrament + Latin -arius -ary


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sacramentary

noun sac·ra·men·ta·ry

Definition of sacramentary

plural

-es

  1. :  an early service book of the Western church known in many specific forms and containing typically the celebrant's part of the mass together with prayers for baptisms, ordinations, blessings, and consecrations

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Origin and Etymology of sacramentary

Late Latin sacramentarium, from neuter, of sacramentarius, adjective


Sacramentary

noun Sac·ra·men·ta·ry

Definition of Sacramentary

plural

-es

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Origin and Etymology of sacramentary

1sacrament + -ary; translation of German sakramenter, sakramentierer


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