typicon

typicon

[tip-i-kon]
noun Eastern Church.
the instructions for the orders of the services during the ecclesiastical year, contained in a manual.

Origin:
< Medieval Greek typikón, noun use of neuter of typikós according to rule, regular, Greek: conforming to type, typical

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