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Definition of Thurible

Thurible
Thurible Thu"ri*ble, n. [L. thuribulum, turibulum, from thus, thuris, or better tus, turis, frankincense, fr. Gr. ? a sacrifice, an offering, from ? to sacrifice.] (R. C. Ch.) A censer of metal, for burning incense, having various forms, held in the hand or suspended by chains; -- used especially at mass, vespers, and other solemn services. --Fairholt.

Meaning of Thurible from wikipedia

- A thurible (via Old French from Medieval Latin turibulum) is a metal censer suspended from chains, in which incense is burned during worship services....
- directly on top of a heat source or on a hot metal plate in a censer or thurible. Indirect-burning incense, also called "non-combustible incense", is a...
- The Botafumeiro (Galician for 'smoke expeller') is a famous thurible in the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. In the past, similar devices were used in...
- inattentiveness, or coldness. In Catholic tradition, he is depicted with a thurible. A prayer often said in Orthodox and Catholic traditions is the simple...
- pre-Gospel chant the thurible and the incense that he puts in the thurible and blesses, and servers, who may carry the thurible and lighted candles, precede...
- cf. Revelation 8:3) which infuse upwards towards the altar of God. A thurible, a type of censer, is used to contain incense as it is burned. A server...
- directly on top of a heat source or on a hot metal plate in a censer or thurible. In ****an a similar censer called a egōro (柄香炉) is used by several Buddhist...
- when the priest says "he took and broke" and "this is my body/blood". The thurible of the Syriac Catholic Church consists of 9 bells, representing the 9 levels...
- altar, the thurifer brings his thurible, or censer, and a 'boat' of incense. The celebrant places incense into the thurible, blesses it and then proceeds...
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