prosphora

prosphora

[Greek praws-faw-rah; English pros-fuh-rah, -fer-uh]
noun Eastern Church.

Origin:
1870–75; < Greek prosphorá an offering, literally, a bringing to, applying, equivalent to pros- toward + phorá something carried (verbid of phérein to bring)

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