orarium


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orarium

(ɔːˈrɛərɪəm) or

orarion

n
(Eastern Church (Greek & Russian Orthodox)) a garment worn by a deacon in the Eastern Orthodox Church
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On the other hand, the ordination, like that of a male deacon, is performed by the bishop at the altar during Mass, during which the bishop places the stole of a deacon (an orarium in Latin) on the shoulders of the woman deacon.
Uma e a que regista a bem conhecida oferta de um orarium aos Igaeditanos, feita por um cidadao de Emerita, pertencente a uma familia, a Tallia (nao a invulgar Iallia), de cuja importancia em Merida mais dados se irao, certamente, conhecer (3).
The rite for a woman deacon takes place within the Mass and begins with the instructions, "When the bishop blesses the deacon, he places the orarium on her neck.
7] item hec ora -e, sine h, est regionum vel finium vel vestium: cum enim regionem vel finem vel extremitatem vestimentorum desgnare volumus per hoc nomen, scri-bendum est sine h, unde hoc orarium dicitur limbus qui apponitur ore, idest margini vel extremitati alicuius vesti-menti, causa ornatus.
19) An early term for the stole was orarium, and this could be applied both to a metropolitan's pallium or to a presbyter's stole, depending on the context.
Las equivalencias propuestas en los glosarios del CGL para orarium son mappa y linteamen.