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sacristy

[ sak-ri-stee ]
/ ˈsæk rɪ sti /
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noun, plural sac·ris·ties.
an apartment in or a building connected with a church or a religious house, in which the sacred vessels, vestments, etc., are kept.
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Origin of sacristy

1400–50; late Middle English <Medieval Latin sacristia vestry, equivalent to sacrist(a) (see sacristan) + -ia-y3
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British Dictionary definitions for sacristy

sacristy
/ (ˈsækrɪstɪ) /

noun plural -ties
a room attached to a church or chapel where the sacred vessels, vestments, etc, are kept and where priests attire themselves

Word Origin for sacristy

C17: from Medieval Latin sacristia; see sacristan
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