aliturgical

aliturgical

[ey-li-tur-ji-kuhl]
adjective
designating those days on which the celebration of certain liturgies, especially the Eucharist, is forbidden.
Also, aliturgic.


Origin:
1870–75; a-6 + liturgical

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