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Definition of Menaia

Menaia
Menaion Me*na"ion, n.; pl. Menaia (-y[*a]). [NL., from Gr. ? monthly.] (Eccl.) A work of twelve volumes, each containing the offices in the Greek Church for a month; also, each volume of the same. --Shipley.

Meaning of Menaia from wikipedia

- The Menaion (Gr****: Μηναῖον; Slavonic: Минеѧ, Minéya, "of the month") is the liturgical book used by the Eastern Orthodox Church containing the propers...
- minister (possibly a bishop) of the house church that met in his home. The Menaia of 22 November speak of Philemon as a holy apostle who, in company with...
- Irmologion (Gr****: τὸ εἱρμολόγιον heirmologion) is a liturgical book of the Eastern Orthodox Church and those Eastern Catholic Churches which follow the...
- Synaxarion is not now used as a separate book; it is incorporated in the Menaia. The account of the saint or feast is read in the Orthros after the sixth...
- "Menologion" is not infrequently used as synonymous with "Menaion" (pl. Menaia). The Menaia, usually in twelve volumes—one for each month—but sometimes bound...
- 2013-05-26. Retrieved 2013-08-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) "The Menaia – 15 AugustCommemoration of the Falling Asleep of our Most Holy Lady...
- By Alexander Soldatov, Novaya Gazeta. Translated by Linden Marno-Ferree Menaia: an example of hymnographyc literature and a tool to shape the orthodox...
- travels aided by angels. Alban Butler says that the reputed acts in the Gr**** Menaia are quite unreliable and no evidence is forthcoming of any cultus of early...
- know what his name was. His name is absent in the Synaxaristes and the Menaia, but it is recorded in the Byzantine Calendar. "At Rome, St. Petronilla...
- (which is used by churches on the "New Calendar"). He is not recorded in the Menaia and Synaxarion of St. Nicodemus. However he is referenced in the Parisian...
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