[ awr-thraws; English awr-thros ]
/ ˈɔr θrɔs; English ˈɔr θrɒs /
Greek Orthodox Church. the morning office, corresponding to matins.
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Origin of orthros
<Late Greek, Greek órthros dawn
Words nearby orthros
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Example sentences from the Web for orthros
Orthros, or′thros, n. one of the Greek canonical hours, corresponding to the Western lauds.