a chair or seat, originally one capable of being folded, used by a bishop or other prelate when officiating in his own church away from his throne or in a church not his own.
a movable folding stool or desk at which worshipers kneel during certain acts of devotion.
such a stool placed at the south side of the altar, at which the kings or queens of England kneel at their coronation.
a desk at which the litany is said or sung.
a backless seat, sometimes capable of being folded, used by bishops and certain other prelates
/ˈfældəʊ/ noun 1. Sir Nick , full name Nicholas Alexander Faldo, born 1957, English golfer: winner of the British Open Championship (1987, 1990, 1992) and the US Masters (1989, 1990, 1996)
[fuh-lur-nee-uh n] /fəˈlɜr ni ən/ adjective 1. (especially of a wine celebrated by Horace) of, coming from, or made in a district of Campania, Italy.
/fəˈlɪərɪˌaɪ/ noun 1. an ancient city of S Italy, in Latium: important in pre-Roman times
[Italian fah-lye-ree] /Italian fɑˈlyɛ ri/ noun 1. Maríno [Italian mah-ree-naw] /Italian mɑˈri nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1278?–1355, Venetian army commander: doge of Venice 1354–55.