Trisagion

noun Tris·agion \trēˈsȧyȯn\

Definition of Trisagion

plural

Trisagia

\-yȧ\
  1. 1 :  a hymn to or invocation of God as the thrice holy the Trisagion of Isa 6:3

  2. 2 :  a requiem service of the Eastern Church

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Origin and Etymology of trisagion

Middle Greek, from neuter of Late Greek trisagios thrice holy, from Greek tris- + hagios holy


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