doxology

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From Medieval Latin doxologia, from Ancient Greek δοξολογία (doxología, a praising), from δοξολόγος (doxológos, giving or uttering praise), from δόξα (dóxa, glory, honor, repute), from δοκεῖν (dokeîn, to think, expect).

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doxology (plural doxologies)

  1. An expression of praise to God, especially a short hymn sung as part of a Christian worship service.

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