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antiphonary

[an-tif-uh-ner-ee] /ænˈtɪf əˌnɛr i/
noun, plural antiphonaries.
1.
a book of antiphons.
Origin of antiphonary
1425-1475
1425-75; late Middle English < Medieval Latin antiphōnārium; learned borrowing replacing earlier versions, which had undergone changes: Middle English anfenere, antefenar, antiphoner(e), Old English antefnere (compare Middle Dutch antiffenaer, Middle Low German antifenēr, Old High German antiphenere) < Medieval Latin See antiphon, -ary
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antiphonary

/ænˈtɪfənərɪ/
noun (pl) -naries
1.
a bound collection of antiphons, esp for use in the divine office
adjective
2.
of or relating to such a book
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