27 February 2019

Word of the Day:Chaplet

CHAPLET. Beads strung together on which prayers are counted as they are recited. The five decade rosary is the best known. Combinations of a few beads for saying aspirations honouring some saint are also called chaplets. (Etym. French chaplet, a headdress, wreath.)

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