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From Latin dulia, from Ancient Greek δουλεία (douleía, slavery), from δοῦλος (doûlos, slave).

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dulia (usually uncountable, plural dulias)

  1. The veneration of saints, distinguished from latria, the worship of God.
    • 1911, Max Beerbohm, Zuleika Dobson:
      There were even moments when, looking into her cheval-glass, she cried out against that arrangement in comely lines and tints which got for her the dulia she delighted in.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin dulia, from Ancient Greek δουλεία (douleía, slavery), from δοῦλος (doûlos, slave).

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dulia f (plural dulie)

  1. dulia

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