sceuophorion

noun
sceuo·pho·rion | \ ˌskevəˈfȯrˌyȯn \
plural sceuophoria\-yə \

Definition of sceuophorion 

: a receptacle used in the Eastern Orthodox Church and corresponding to the pyx

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History and Etymology for sceuophorion

Middle Greek skeuophorion, from Greek, yoke placed over the shoulders for carrying pails, from skeuos vessel, utensil + -phorion (from pherein to carry)

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