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kamelaukion

[ kah-mee-lahf-kee-awn; English kam-uh-law-kee-on, kah-muh-lou- ]
/ k蓱 mi藞l蓱f ki 蓴n; English 藢k忙m 蓹藞l蓴 ki藢蓲n, 藢k蓱 m蓹藞la蕣- /
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noun, plural ka路me路lau路ki路a [kah-mee-lahf-kee-ah; English kam-uh-law-kee-uh], /k蓱 mi藞l蓱f ki 蓱; English 藢k忙m 蓹藞l蓴 ki 蓹/, ka路me路lau路ki路ons.Greek Orthodox Church.
a tall, black, brimless, flat-topped hat, worn by the clergy of the Eastern Church.
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Origin of kamelaukion

<Medieval Greek kam膿la煤kion, alteration of kalymma煤chion (derivative of k谩lymma veil, covering; see calyptra), perhaps by association with k谩m膿loscamel, but sense relation unclear
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