menaion

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From New Latin, from Ancient Greek μηναῖος (mēnaîos, lunar)

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menaion (plural menaia)

  1. The annual fixed liturgical cycle of services used in the Eastern Orthodox and Greek-Catholic Churches, containing a list of the services and large collection of liturgical texts for an entire month. Twelve volumes are usually offered for the year, as a set known as the menaia.

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