noun, plural Pa·na·gi·as for 1. Eastern Church.
Origin of Panagia
Examples from the Web for panagia
He asked me whether they resembled the pictures of the Panagia, the Holy Virgin, which hang in every church.Visits To Monasteries in the Levant|Robert Curzon
The panagia or pyx worn by a bishop, or higher prelate, is often an exquisite piece of jewelry.The Story of Moscow|Wirt Gerrare
The retirement of the hordes at sight of the Panagia on the wall was by Mahommed's order.
At the foot of the steps the singers turned aside to allow the Panagia to go first.
Even the very timid took heart, and went about thanking God and the Panagia Blachernitissa.