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sakkos

[ Greek sah-kaws; English sak-os ]
/ Greek ˈsɑ kɔs; English ˈsæk ɒs /
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noun, plural sak·koi [Greek sah-kee; English sak-oi]. /Greek ˈsɑ ki; English ˈsæk ɔɪ/. Eastern Church.
an embroidered vestment worn by a bishop and corresponding to the dalmatic.
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Origin of sakkos

<Greek, special use of sákkossack1
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How to use sakkos in a sentence

  • The modifications of the sakkos, and the way of its being tied, are chiefly illustrated by vase-paintings.

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