liturgie

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See also: litourgie and Liturgie

Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek 'work in public'

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Noun[edit]

liturgie f (plural liturgies, diminutive liturgietje n)

  1. A liturgy, predetermined or prescribed set of (religious) rituals and associated customs, attributes etc.
    Paus Gregorius de Grote deed veel voor de uniformizering van de Katholieke liturgie, inclusief het verplicht gebruik van Latijnse teksen
    Pope Gregory the Great did a lot to uniformize the Catholic liturgy, including the obligatory use of Latin texts
  2. A liturgy, Ancient Greek service to the public interest

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Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

liturgie f (plural liturgies)

  1. A liturgy, predetermined or prescribed set of (religious) rituals
  2. A liturgy, Ancient Greek service to the public interest

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Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

liturgie f

  1. plural form of liturgia