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Venite

Line breaks: Ven¦ite
Pronunciation: /vɪˈnʌɪti
 
, vɪˈniːti, -teɪ/

Definition of Venite in English:

noun

Psalm 95 used as a canticle in Christian liturgy, chiefly at matins.
Example sentences
  • CW9 also contained the Venite borrowed from Worship Supplement (in an improved notation).

Origin

Latin, literally 'come ye', the first word of the psalm.

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