Definition for AN-TIPH'O-NA-RY

AN-TIPH'O-NA-RY, n. [αντι, contrary, and φωνη, sound, voice.]

A service book, in the Catholic church, containing all the invitatories, responsories, collects, and whatever is said or sung in the choir, except the lessons; called also a responsary; compiled by Gregory the Great. – Encyc.

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