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stasidion

[ stuh-sid-ee-uhn ]
/ stəˈsɪd i ən /
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noun, plural sta·sid·i·a [stuh-sid-ee-uh]. /stəˈsɪd i ə/.
a choir stall in an Orthodox church.
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Origin of stasidion

<Medieval Greek stasídion station, seat in a church, probably equivalent to Greek stás(is) position, station (see stasis) + -idion diminutive suffix
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