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contakion

[ kawn-tah-kee-awn; English kuhn-tey-kee-on ]
/ kɔnˈtɑ ki ɔn; English kənˈteɪ kiˌɒn /
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noun, plural con·ta·ki·a [kawn-tah-kee-ah; English kuhn-tey-kee-uh]. /kɔnˈtɑ ki ɑ; English kənˈteɪ ki ə/. Greek Orthodox Church.
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