noun, plural a·ga·pae [ah-gah-pahy, ah-guh-pahy, -pee] /ɑˈgɑ paɪ, ˈɑ gəˌpaɪ, -ˌpi/, a·ga·pai [ah-gah-pahy, ah-guh-pahy] /ɑˈgɑ paɪ, ˈɑ gəˌpaɪ/ for 4.
Origin of agape2
Examples from the Web for agapae
The Agapae were abolished, and auricular confession was established, during this century.The Freethinker's Text Book, Part II.|Annie Besant
Dancing, however, fell into discredit with the feast of the Agapae.
This contained the Saal, or meeting room, as well as the rooms necessary for holding the agapae, or love feasts.A Tale of the Kloster|Brother Jabez
The Agapae, with their excesses eliminated, survive in the love-feasts of modern Christians.The Christ|John Eleazer Remsburg