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mandyas

[ mahn-dee-ahs; English man-dee-uhs, man-dee-uhs ]
/ mɑnˈdi ɑs; English mænˈdi əs, ˈmæn di əs /
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noun, plural man·dy·ai [mahn-dee-e], /mɑnˈdi ɛ/, English man·dy·as·es [man-dee-uh-siz] /mænˈdi ə sɪz/ Greek Orthodox Church.

a short, black cloak worn by monks.
a mantle, usually purple, worn by bishops.

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Origin of mandyas

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