solideo

noun so·li·deo \ˌsōləˈdā(ˌ)ō, -ˈthā-\

Definition of solideo

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of solideo

Spanish, from the Medieval Latin phrase soli Deo sit gloria to God alone be the glory; from the fact that it is removed only on approaching the sanctuary


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