orarium


orarium
1) book of private devotions
2) handkerchief; scarf attached to bishop's staff

Phrontistery dictionary. 2013.

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  • ORARIUM — vox medii aevi ab ora extremitatem vestium denotat, seu limbum, qui orae attexitur: ab ore, peplum designat, infulamque illam, quae involvit et aperit ora seu vultum, ut habet Ioh. de Ianua. Vide Salmas. ad Vopisc. loc. cit. Proprie vero sic… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Orarĭum — (Sudorium), ein Tuch von Linnen, welches die katholischen Diakonen u. Priester, wenn sie das öffentliche Gebet verrichteten, um den Hals trugen, woraus die Stola entstand …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Orarium — Traditionelle Stola mit abnehmbarem Schutzkragen und Quasten Stola gekreuzt, wie sie von katholischen Priestern vor dem 2. Vatikanum getragen wurde. Im anglikani …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • orarium — /euh rair ee euhm/, n., pl. oraria /euh rair ee euh/. orarion. * * * …   Universalium

  • orarium — orar·i·um …   English syllables

  • orarium — noun see orarion …   Useful english dictionary

  • ORARIARII — et contractâ voce euphoniae gratiâ, atque o in au diphthongum mutatô, Aurarii, dicti sunt olim, qui intheatris Circensibusque favebant, ab orariis, quae Aurelianô auctore, locô togae, iactari coeperant. Vopisc. in Vita eius, c. 48. Sciendum ipsum …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Stole — • A liturgical vestment composed of a strip of material from two to four inches wide and about eighty inches long Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Stole     Stole      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Орарь — (ώραριον) принадлежность облачения иподиакона, диакона и архидиакона, род длинной ленты, которую первый носит крестообразно через плечи, второй на левом плече, а за литургией, после Отче наш третий крестообразно опоясуется на левом плече, имея… …   Энциклопедический словарь Ф.А. Брокгауза и И.А. Ефрона

  • Deacons — • The name means only minister or servant, and is employed in this sense both in the Septuagint (though only in the book of Esther, and in the New Testament Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Deacons      …   Catholic encyclopedia


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