Definition of latria in English:

latria

Syllabification: la·tri·a
Pronunciation: /ləˈtrīə
 
/

noun

(In the Roman Catholic Church) supreme worship allowed to God alone. Compare with dulia.
More example sentences
  • He began that first night by discussing a single Latin word he had written on the blackboard: latria, worship.
  • Only God is to be given latria.

Origin

early 16th century: from late Latin, from Greek latreia 'worship', from latreuein 'serve'.

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