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Definition of the noun altar wine
What does altar wine mean as a name of something?
- used in a communion service
Alternative definition of the noun altar wine
- A particular type of wine produced for ritual consumption during the Roman Catholic Mass.
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Revised and Expanded by Donald K. McKim
Communion cup (altar wine) A term for the wine used in celebrations of the Lord's Supper. Some churches use a single, common cup from which everyone drinks. Others use individual cups. Some use real wine, others use grape juice.
by Richard P. McBrien
altar wine, the wine used at the altar for the ...
Martyn's Menu Dictionary ... (1903)
by Charles Martyn
For the making of “Vino Santo” the bunches of grapes are hung on strings until a few weeks before Easter when they are pressed for use as an altar wine at that season. Also drunk generally as a fine liqueur wine. - Vino Secco.
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Anagrams of ALTAR WINE
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- NAIL WATER
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