Word: litany

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Synonyms: litany

prayer, invocation, supplication, devotion, orison, recital, recitation, enumeration, list, listing, catalog, inventory

Translations: litany

spanish
letanía


german
litanei

french
litanie

italian
litania, litanie, litanica, sequela

portuguese
ladainha, litania, rosário, longa lista

dutch
litanie, waslijst, lange lijst, litanie van

russian
литания, молебствие

norwegian
oppramsing, litani, litaniet, sa litany

swedish
litanyen, litania, litanian, klagovisa

finnish
litania, litanian, litaniaa, pitkä litania, on pitkä litania

danish
litani, klagesang, lang klagesang, lang liste, remse

czech
litanie, litanií, litanii, smutnému, nářek

polish
litania

hungarian
litánia, vecsernye, litániát, litániája, a litániát

turkish
ayin, dualar, dualar etme, yazılı ve görsel medyada

greek
λιτανεία, λιτανείας, λιτάνευση, κατεβατό, περιφορά

ukrainian
літанія

albanian
përsëritje e mërzitshme, litani, përsëritje të mërzitshme

bulgarian
молитва, литания, молебствие, ектения, литийно

belarusian
літанія, літаніі, літанні

estonian
Litania, litaania

croatian
litanija, ektenija

lithuanian
litanija, litanijos, Litānija, litaniją

latvian
litānija

macedonian
литанија, молитва, низата, изнесе, изнесе сите

romanian
litanie, ectenie, litanii, litania

slovenian
litanije, Ektenija

slovak
litánie, litánií

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The meaning and "use of": litany

noun
  • a series of petitions for use in church services or processions, usually recited by the clergy and responded to in a recurring formula by the people.

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