Dikirion

das; -s, -ien
(греч. dis двойной + kirios свеча) дикирий (две скрещенные свечи на архиерейском богослужении, символизирующие две природы во Христе)

Немецко-русский словарь христианской лексики. - Н-Н.: Издательство братства Св. Александра Невского . . 2001.

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