Definition of Sudary

1. n. A napkin or handkerchief.



Definition of Sudary

1. Noun. (archaic) a napkin or handkerchief ¹

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Definition of Sudary

1. sudarium [n -RIES] - See also: sudarium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sudary

suctorial
suctorian
suctorians
suctorious
sucuruju
sucurujus
sud
sudamen
sudamina
sudangrass
sudangrasses
sudanophilia
sudaria
sudaries
sudarium
sudary (current term)
sudate
sudated
sudates
sudating
sudation
sudations
sudatoria
sudatories
sudatorium
sudatoriums
sudatory
sudburyite
sudd
suddain

Literary usage of Sudary

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1. Catholicon Anglicum: An English-Latin Wordbook, Dated 1483 by Sidney John Hervon Herrtage (1882)
"sudary, to wype the face ... It is sayd for certeyn that he bare alway a sudary in his bosom with whiche he ..."

2. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1903)
"... and the sudary is marked. The difference is again proved by consulting Dugdale's Inventory of St. Paul's Cathedral, AD 1295, pp. ..."

3. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1886)
"A sudary off ... with Roper. blew sylk with a crucifix oft' Mary and John for yt same sudary. ... sudary off ..."

4. Travels Through Germany, Bohemia, Hungary, Switzerland, Italy and Lorrain by Johann Georg Keyssler (1756)
"... the wing of the palace, which looks into the garden, is the chapel of the S. Suaire, or the Holy sudary, which, that it may be adapted to the tragical ..."

5. Visitation Articles and Injunctions of the Period of the Reformation by Walter Howard Frere, William Paul McClure Kennedy, Church of England (1910)
"No previous reference is known in any ceremonial directions for such a use of the sudary as mentioned in this order. 2/*«W. p. 595. ..."

6. A Treatise on Relics by Jean Calvin, Valerian Krasinski (1854)
"It is now time to treat of the " sudary," about which relic they have displayed their folly even more than in the affair of the holy coat; for besides the ..."

7. Notitia Eucharistica: A Commentary, Explanatory, Doctrinal, and Historical by William Edward Scudamore (1876)
"He adds that in some Churches the Deacon who has the sudary puts it on the right corner of the Altar, that " if by chance anything unclean shall come nigh, ..."

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