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analogion

[ ah-nah-law-yee-awn; English an-l-oh-jee-on ]
/ ˌɑ nɑˈlɔ yi ɔn; English ˌæn lˈoʊ dʒiˌɒn /
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noun, plural a·na·lo·gi·a [ah-nah-law-yee-ah; English an-l-oh-jee-uh], /ˌɑ nɑˈlɔ yi ɑ; English ˌæn lˈoʊ dʒi ə/, a·na·lo·gi·ons.Greek Orthodox Church.

a lectern.

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Origin of analogion

<Greek analogeîon, derivative of analégesthai to read through (ana-ana- + légein to gather, collect, speak)
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