latria

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Late Latin, from Ancient Greek λατρεία (latreía, service", "worship), from λατρευειν (latreuein, wait on", "serve with prayer)

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latria (usually uncountable, plural latrias)

  1. (Roman Catholicism) the highest form of veneration, namely worship, properly given to the triune God alone

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