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epitrachelion

[ e-pee-trah-khee-lee-awn; English ep-i-truh-kee-lee-on, -keel-yuhn ]
/ 藢蓻 pi tr蓱藞xi li 蓴n; English 藢蓻p 瑟 tr蓹藞ki li藢蓲n, -藞kil y蓹n /
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noun, plural e路pi路tra路che路li路a [e-pee-trah-khee-lee-ah; English ep-i-truh-kee-lee-uh, -keel-yuh]. /藢蓻 pi tr蓱藞xi li 蓱; English 藢蓻p 瑟 tr蓹藞ki li 蓹, -藞kil y蓹/. Greek Orthodox Church.
a silk stole worn by clergy.
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Origin of epitrachelion

<Greek, equivalent to epi-epi- + tr谩ch膿l(os) neck + -ion, neuter of -ios adj. suffix
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