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Venite invitatory psalm at matins. XIII. — L. venīte, imper. pl. of venīre COME; first word of Ps. 95, beginning ‘Venite, exultemus Domino’; O come, let us sing unto the Lord.

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Venite (vēnī´tē) [Lat.,=come], Psalm 95, so called from its opening, "O come, let us sing unto the Lord." It is the opening psalm of the Roman Catholic matins and of the Anglican morning prayer.

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Venite (Come). Ps.95 (Ps.94 in Vulgate) chanted as canticle at Anglican matins to words ‘O come, let us sing unto the Lord’. Settings by several composers, incl. Mendelssohn.

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Venite Psalm 95 used as a canticle in Christian liturgy, chiefly at matins; venite is Latin for ‘come ye’, and is the first word of the psalm.

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Venite. Psalm 95, so-called from its first words in Lat.: Venite exultemus (‘O come, Let us worship’).

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