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Ave Regina Coelorum

[ ah-vey ri-jee-nuhche-lawr-uhm, -lohr- ]
/ ˈɑ veɪ rɪˈdʒi nə tʃɛˈlɔr əm, -ˈloʊr- /
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noun
a Latin hymn in honor of the Virgin Mary as Queen of Heaven.
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Origin of Ave Regina Coelorum

Literally, “Hail, Queen of Heaven”
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