sacristy

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From Anglo-Norman sacrestie, from Medieval Latin sacristia.

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sacristy (plural sacristies)

  1. A room in a church where sacred vessels, books, vestments, etc. are kept. Sometimes also used by clergy to prepare for worship or for meetings.

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