Vespers

Vespers is the sunset evening prayer service in the Orthodox, Western Catholic, Eastern Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran liturgies of the canonical hours. The word comes from the Greek ἑσπέρα (`hespera`) and the Latin vesper, meaning `evening.` It is also referred to in the Anglican tradition as evening prayer or evensong. The term is a...
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Vespers

• (n.) One of the little hours of the Breviary. • (n.) The evening song or service.
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vespers

evensong noun the sixth of the seven canonical hours of the divine office; early evening; now often made a public service on Sundays
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Vespers

[computer game] An audio game is an electronic game in which auditory output serves as the primary or only element of the game that the player responds to. Audio games are comparable to video games except that where video games rely on video output for game-player interactions, audio games rely on audio output. Just as video games typically...
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Vespers

[video game] Vespers is an interactive fiction game written in 2005 by Jason Devlin that placed first at the 2005 Interactive Fiction Competition. It also won the XYZZY Awards for Best Game, Best NPCs, Best Setting, and Best Writing. ==Summary== Set in a 15th-century Italian monastery, it is chiefly a horror-themed morality game, where the ...
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Vespers

Ves'pers noun plural [ Old French vespres , French vêpres , Late Latin vesperae , from Latin vespera evening. See Vesper , noun ] (R. C. Ch.) (a) One of the little hours of the Breviary. (b) The evening song or servi...
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Vespers

a portion of the Church's divine office recited each day by priests. Also called Evening Prayer.
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Vespers

A portion of the Church?s divine office recited each day by priests. (see Evening Prayer)
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evening prayer of thanksgiving and praise in Roman Catholic and certain other Christian liturgy. Vespers and lauds (morning prayer) are the oldest ... [2 related articles]
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vespers

evening prayers
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Vespers

One of the Divine Offices of the Roman Catholic Church, held at twilight.
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vespers

prayer service held in early evening
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vespers

The seventh of the eight canonical hours in the Catholic Church; also, the seventh Roman Catholic office (or non-Eucharistic service) of the day. It is also used by the Anglican Church to refer to...
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vespers

vespers (ves'purz) [Lat.,=evening], in the Christian Church, principal evening office. In the Roman rite, vespers have consisted since the 6th cent. of a few prayers, five psalms, a lesson, the Magnificat, and an antiphon. The Anglican evening prayer, often called vespers, is made up largely of ...
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Vespers

Vespers are a series of prayers said in the early evening. Many Catholic, Christian and Orthodox groups say vespers, which is derived from the Latin word for evening.
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vespers

[n] - the sixth of the seven canonical hours of the divine office
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