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pentecostarion

[ pen-dee-kaws-tah-ree-awn; English pen-ti-ko-stair-ee-on ]
/ ˌpɛn di kɔsˈtɑ ri ɔn; English ˌpɛn tɪ kɒˈstɛər iˌɒn /
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noun, plural pen·te·cos·ta·ri·a [pen-dee-kaws-tah-ree-ah; English pen-ti-ko-stair-ee-uh], /ˌpɛn di kɔsˈtɑ ri ɑ; English ˌpɛn tɪ kɒˈstɛər i ə/, pen·te·cos·ta·ri·ons.Greek Orthodox Church.

a service book of offices for the period from Easter to the Sunday after Pentecost.

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Origin of pentecostarion

<Late Greek pentēkostárion, equivalent to Greek pentēkost() Pentecost + -arion<Latin -ārium-ary
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