noun sa·cring \ˈsākriŋ\

Definition of sacring



  1. :  the act or action of consecrating: a archaic :  the consecration of the eucharistic elements in the service of the mass b archaic :  the consecration (as of a king or bishop) to office or orders

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Origin and Etymology of sacring

Middle English sacringe, from gerund of sacren to consecrate — more at sacred

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