sedilia

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Etymology[edit]

Latin, plural of sedile.

Noun[edit]

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sedilia ‎(plural sedilias)

  1. (obsolete) A series of seats, often recessed into the wall, on the south side of the chancel or choir for the use of officiating clergy.

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

sedilia

  1. nominative plural of sedīle
  2. accusative plural of sedīle
  3. vocative plural of sedīle