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- noun In the Gr. Ch., one of the eucharistic vestments, consisting in a kind of cuff or movable sleeve, usually made of silk, worn on each arm, and reaching about half way up from the wrist to the elbow.
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- noun Cuffs worn over the
sticharionby clergy in the Greek Orthodox Church, corresponding to a maniplein other catholic churches.
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From Byzantine Greek ἐπιμανίκιον, from ἐπί ("upon") + μανίκιον ("sleeve").
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