noun sak·kos \ˈsäˌkȯs\
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Definition of sakkos



  1. :  a vestment resembling a dalmatic worn by a bishop in the Eastern Orthodox Church during the liturgy

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Origin and Etymology of sakkos

New Greek sakkos, from Greek, sack, bag, sackcloth — more at sack

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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