sticharion

noun
sti·cha·rion | \stə̇ˈkärˌyȯn\
plural sticharia\-(ˌ)yä \

Definition of sticharion 

: an ecclesiastical vestment made in the form of a tunic or long robe similar to an alb and worn by deacons and priests of the Eastern Orthodox Church

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History and Etymology for sticharion

Late Greek, diminutive of stichē, a kind of tunic, from Greek stichos row, line

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