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latria

[ luh-trahy-uh ]
/ ləˈtraɪ ə /
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noun Roman Catholic Theology.
the supreme worship, which may be offered to God only.
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Origin of latria

1350–1400; Middle English <Medieval Latin <Greek latreía service, worship, akin to látris hired servant; see -ia
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British Dictionary definitions for latria

latria
/ (ləˈtraɪə) /

noun
RC Church theol the adoration that may be offered to God alone

Word Origin for latria

C16: via Latin from Greek latreia worship
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