of or relating to formal public worship or .
of or relating to the or Eucharistic service.
of or relating to liturgics.
Yet, we are on the brink of one of the two most significant fast days on the Jewish liturgical calendar.
Today’s Lamentations Aryeh Cohen July 28, 2012
And clergy, bedecked in liturgical vestments and stoles, provided leadership and blessing for the nuptials.
The Battle for LGBT Equality Isn’t Over Yet Gene Robinson May 24, 2014
of or relating to public worship
of or relating to the liturgy
1640s, from Late Latin liturgicus, from New Testament Greek leitourgikos “ministering,” from leitourgos (see liturgy).
an authority on . a compiler of a or . a person who uses or favors the use of a . noun a student or composer of liturgical forms
a son of Nestor and a trusted friend of Achilles. Historical Examples He then gave the half talent to Antilochus, who received it gladly. The Iliad Homer But Menelaus got up in a rage, furiously angry with Antilochus. The Iliad Homer But Antilochus noted a narrow gully, where the rain had collected and had carried […]
noting or pertaining to a type of motor vehicle braking system that electronically monitors and controls each of the wheels during braking to keep them from locking, as in antilock braking system; antilock brakes.
the number of which a given number is the ; antilog. noun a number whose logarithm to a given base is a given number: 100 is the antilogarithm of 2 to base 10 Often shortened to antilog antilogarithm (ān’tē-lô’gə-rĭ’əm, ān’tī) The number whose logarithm is a given number. For example, the logarithm of 1,000 (103) […]