cherubic hymn

Cherubicon

[Greek khe-roo-vee-kawn; English chi-roo-bi-kon]
noun Eastern Church.
the hymn sung during the Great Entrance by the choir, which represents the cherubim.
Also, Cherubikon.
Also called Cherubic Hymn.
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