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se·di·le

 (sĭ-dī′lē)
n. pl. se·di·lia (-dĭl′yə, -dĭl′ē-ə)
One of a set of seats provided in a church for the use of the presiding clergy, usually three in number and located on the liturgical south side of the chancel, often in a niche built into the wall.

[Latin sedīle, seat, from sedēre, to sit; see sed- in Indo-European roots.]

sedilia

(sɛˈdaɪlɪə)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) (functioning as singular) the group of three seats, each called a sedile (sɛˈdaɪlɪ) or sedilium (sɛˈdaɪlɪəm), often recessed, on the south side of a sanctuary where the celebrant and ministers sit at certain points during High Mass
[C18: from Latin, from sedīle a chair, from sedēre to sit]
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27) "Los mercaderes sienten mucho lo que viene de las islas, porque aunque los rasos que de alla vienen y los damascos y otras sedillas, y aun las mas finas, son de muy poca seda y otras texidas con hierva, que todo es muy valadi.
14v), por ser sedillas de tal calidad que las hechuras que en ellas se echan son perdidas (f.