Via Dolorosa(redirected from via dolorosas)
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Vi·a Do·lo·ro·sa(vī′ə dō′lə-rō′sə, vē′ə)
1. A difficult course or experience.
2. Jesus's route from Pilate's judgment hall to Calvary.
[New Latin via dolōrōsa : Latin via, road + Late Latin dolōrōsa, feminine of dolōrōsus, sorrowful.]
Via Dolorosa(ˈviːə ˌdɒləˈrəʊsə)
1. (Bible) the route followed by Christ from the place of his condemnation to Calvary for his crucifixion
2. an arduous or distressing course or experience
[Latin, literally: sorrowful road]