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lectionary

[lek-shuh-ner-ee] /ˈlɛk ʃəˌnɛr i/
noun, plural lectionaries.
1.
a book or a list of lections for reading in a divine service.
Origin of lectionary
1770-1780
1770-80; < Medieval Latin (liber) lēctiōnārius. See lection, -ary
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lectionary

/ˈlɛkʃənərɪ/
noun (pl) -aries
1.
a book containing readings appointed to be read at divine services
Word Origin
C15: from Church Latin lectiōnārium, from lectiolection
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