tomos

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek τόμος (tómos, section, roll of papyrus, volume), from τέμνω (témnō, I cut, separate). Doublet of tome.

Noun[edit]

tomos (plural tomoi)

  1. (Orthodox Christianity) An ecclesiastical document, usually promulgated by a synod which communicates or announces important information.
    • 2018 August 22, “Filaret announces possible terms for Ukraine Orthodox Church to become autocephalous”, in Ukrainian Independent Information Agency[1]:
      According to the Patriarch, once UOC is granted the tomos, all bishops of the Kyiv Patriarchate, the Ukrainian Autocephalous Church, and the Moscow Patriarchate, who addressed the Ecumenical Patriarch with a request for autocephaly, should gather for the Unification Council, TV Channel 5 reports.

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tomōs

  1. accusative plural of tomus

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Spanish[edit]

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tomos m pl

  1. plural of tomo