concelebrant
noun Date: circa 1931 one that concelebrates a Eucharist or Mass

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  • concelebrant — kən, (ˈ)kän + noun ( s) Etymology: Latin concelebrant , concelebrans, present participle of concelebrare : one of two or more members of the clergy celebrating the Eucharist or Mass together * * * /keuhn sel euh breuhnt, kon /, n. a member of the …   Useful english dictionary

  • concelebrant — /keuhn sel euh breuhnt, kon /, n. a member of the clergy who participates in a concelebration. [1930 35; CONCELEBR(ATE) + ANT] * * * …   Universalium

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  • concelebrant — con·celebrant …   English syllables

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