Definition of caerimonia, caeremonia, cerimonia
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1.
LEM
caerimōnia, caerimōniae
(caeremōnia, caeremōniae)
(cērimōnia, cērimōniae)
1 CER-
noun (f., 1st declension)
  1. a religious usage, sacred rite, religious ceremony
  2. [by metonymy] a holy dread, awe, reverence, veneration (expressed in forms)
  3. sacredness, sanctity
Abbreviations
caerimōnia (caere-) ae, f 1 CER-, a religious usage, sacred rite, religious ceremony: maximae: legationis caerimoniam polluere: ludos cum caerimoniā facere: caelestes, L.: eorum gravissima, Cs.: libri caerimoniarum, the ritual, Ta.

— Meton., a holy dread, awe, reverence, veneration (expressed in forms): sacra summā caerimoniā conficere.

—Sacredness, sanctity: legationis.
 
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