dox·ol·o·gy / däkˈsäləjē/ • n. (pl. -gies) a liturgical formula of praise to God.DERIVATIVES: dox·o·log·i·cal / ˌdäksəˈläjikəl/ adj.
doxology a liturgical formula of praise to God. The word is recorded from the mid 17th century, and comes via medieval Latin from Greek doxologia, from doxa ‘appearance, glory’, from dokein ‘seem’.
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