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apodeipnon

[ ah-paw-theep-nawn; English ap-uh-dahyp-non ]
/ ɑ pɔˈðip nɔn; English ˌæp əˈdaɪp nɒn /
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noun, plural a·po·deip·na [ah-paw-theep-nah; English ap-uh-dahyp-nuh]. /ɑ pɔˈðip nɑ; English ˌæp əˈdaɪp nə/. Greek Orthodox Church.

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Origin of apodeipnon

<Medieval Greek; Greek apo-apo- + deîpnon meal
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