lectionary

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From Ecclesiastical Latin Lectionarium, from noun of action lectiō (“a reading”), from legō (“read”) +‎ -ārium.

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lectionary (plural lectionaries)

  1. (Christianity) A book or listing that contains a collection of readings for Christian worship.

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