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evangelistary

[ ih-van-juh-lis-tuh-ree ]
/ ɪˌvæn dʒəˈlɪs tə ri /
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noun, plural e·van·ge·lis·ta·ries.

a book containing passages from the four Gospels to be read at a divine service.

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Origin of evangelistary

From the Medieval Latin word ēvangelistārium, dating back to 1640–50. See evangelist, -ary
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