proskomide

proskomide

[praws-kaw-mee-thee; English pros-kuh-mahyd]
noun Greek Orthodox Church.
prothesis ( def 2a ).

Origin:
< Greek proskomidḗ oblation, equivalent to pros- toward + komidḗ conveyance, a bringing to a place; comparekomízeinto provide, bring

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