syn·ax·is | \ sə̇ˈnaksə̇s or especially in sense 2 ˈsēnək(ˌ)sēs\
plural synaxes\ -ak(ˌ)sēz , -ək(ˌ)sēs \
Definition of synaxis
1 : an assembly met for worship especially : a congregation in the early Church gathered for a liturgical service
2 : an early part of the divine liturgy of the Eastern Orthodox Church
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