[ dahy-uh-kon-i-kon, -kuhn ]

noun,plural di·a·con·i·ca [dahy-uh-kon-i-kuh]. /ˌdaɪ əˈkɒn ɪ kə/.
  1. a sacristy in an Eastern or early Christian church, usually on the south side of the bema.

Origin of diaconicon

1720–30; <Late Greek diākonikón (>Late Latin diāconicum), neuter of diākonikós of a deacon; see -ic

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