Chrismatory
Chrismatory \Chris"ma*to*ry\, n. [LL. chrismatorium.] A cruet or vessel in which chrism is kept. [1913 Webster]

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  • chrismatory — [kriz′mə tôr΄ē] n. pl. chrismatories [ML(Ec) chrismatorium] a container or receptacle for the chrism …   English World dictionary

  • chrismatory — /kriz meuh tawr ee, tohr ee/, n., pl. chrismatories a receptacle for chrism. [1375 1425; late ME crismatorie < ML chrismatorium, equiv. to chrismat (s. of chrisma) CHRISM + orium for L torium TORY2] * * * …   Universalium

  • chrismatory — noun a) Part of a church set aside for the rite of confirmation. b) A globular ampulla or jar used to hold chrism. Syn: chrismarium …   Wiktionary

  • Chrismatory — The vessel in which were kept the holy oils, e.g. Chrism. Cf. Chrisom …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Chrismatory — A small cruet, made of glass, earthenware, or metal, used as a receptacle for the holy Chrism. It is usually kept inside a locked wooden box, and placed in the sanctuary or close to the baptismal font …   Dictionary of church terms

  • chrismatory — vessel for holding holy oil Ecclesiastical Terms …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • chrismatory — chris·ma·to·ry …   English syllables

  • chrismatory —  Крисматорий …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • chrismatory — /ˈkrɪzmətri/ (say krizmuhtree), / mətəri/ (say muhtuhree) noun (plural chrismatories) a receptacle for the chrism. {Medieval Latin chrīsmatōrium} …   Australian English dictionary

  • chrismatory — I. ˈkrizməˌtōrē noun ( es) Etymology: Middle English crismatorie, from Medieval Latin chrismatorium, from Late Latin chrismat , chrisma chrism + Latin orium ory 1. : a cruet or vessel or a place in which the chrism is kept 2. : sacramental… …   Useful english dictionary

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