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Definition of terces

Terce Terce, n. See Tierce.

Meaning of terce from wikipedia

- terce, or third hour, is a fixed time of prayer of the divine office in almost all the christian liturgies. it consists mainly of psalms and is said at
- tercé is a commune in the vienne department in the poitou-charentes region in western france. communes of the vienne department insee
- as are the titles of the seven poems constituting the series: 'prime', 'terce', '****t', 'nones', 'vespers', 'compline', and 'lauds'. each refers to a
- commedia: 'florence, within her ancient walls embraced, whence nones and terce still ring to all the town, abode aforetime, peaceful, temperate, chaste
- closely with our noon. among the jews it was already regarded, together with terce and none, as an hour most favourable to prayer. in the acts of the apostles
- likewise omitted in psalm 94 at matins, and the responds at matins, prime, terce, ****t, none, and compline. also in the ferial m****, the preface for lent
- ninth hour of prayer'. the most ancient testimony refers to this custom of terce, ****t, and none, for instance tertullian, clement of alexandria, the canons
- sung during the liturgical celebration of the feast of pentecost (at both terce and vespers). it is also sung at occasions such as the entrance of cardinals
- (midnight) lauds or dawn prayer (dawn) prime or early morning prayer (6 a.m.) terce or mid-morning prayer (9 a.m.) ****t or midday prayer (12 noon) none or mid-afternoon