sacramentary

adjective
sac·ra·men·ta·ry

Definition of sacramentary 

(Entry 1 of 3)

1 : of or relating to a sacrament : sacramental

2 [ Sacramentary ] : sacramentarian

sacramentary

noun (1)
plural -es

Definition of sacramentary (Entry 2 of 3)

: 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

Sacramentary

noun (2)
Sac·ra·men·ta·ry
plural -es

Definition of Sacramentary (Entry 3 of 3)

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History and Etymology for sacramentary

Adjective

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

Noun (1)

Late Latin sacramentarium, from neuter, of sacramentarius, adjective

Noun (2)

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

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