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synaxis

[ si-nak-sis ]
/ sɪˈnæk sɪs /
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noun, plural syn·ax·es [si-nak-seez]. /sɪˈnæk siz/.
an assembly for religious worship, especially for the celebration of the Eucharist.
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Origin of synaxis

1615–25; <Late Latin <Medieval Greek sýnaxis, equivalent to synág(ein) to meet together (see synagogue) + -sis-sis
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