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evangeliary

[ ee-van-jel-ee-er-ee, -ee-uh-ree, ev-uhn- ]
/ ˌi vænˈdʒɛl iˌɛr i, -i ə ri, ˌɛv ən- /
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noun, plural e·van·gel·i·ar·ies.

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Origin of evangeliary

<Medieval Latin evangelārium;see evangel1, -ary
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Example sentences from the Web for evangeliary

  • The right arm is raised somewhat as in the St. Sernin Evangeliary, but with the palm outwards, and much superior in drawing.

    Illuminated Manuscripts|John W. Bradley
  • The Frankendorfer Evangeliary at Nuremberg is characteristic of that city.

    Illuminated Manuscripts|John W. Bradley
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