Definition of Sticheron

1. Noun. A hymn, often written in cycles and sung in alternation with psalm verses, used in the Orthodox Church and those Eastern Catholic Churches which follow the (w Byzantine Rite). ¹



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Definition of Sticheron

1. a Greek hymn [n STICHERA]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sticheron

stibivanite
stibnite
stibnites
stiboan
stibonium
sticcado
sticcados
sticcato
sticcatos
stich
sticharia
sticharion
sticharions
stiched
stichera
sticheron (current term)
stichic
stichidia
stichidium
stichoi
stichomancy
stichometrical
stichometries
stichometry
stichomythia
stichomythias
stichomythic
stichomythies
stichomythy
stichos

Literary usage of Sticheron

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1. A History of the Holy Eastern Church by John Mason Neale (1850)
"Both now. Excellently blessed b, if it be Sunday; OH week-days Glory. Both now. sticheron of the day. The Doxology*, great or little. ..."

2. The Greek Fathers by Adrian Fortescue (1908)
"Dr JM Neale, in his Hymns of the Eastern Church,2 has translated twelve Odes, a sticheron, ... A sticheron ..."

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