Mozarabic definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or concerning the Mozarabs, their language, or their particular culture.
  • noun:
    • Any of the early Romance dialects talked in the components of the Iberian Peninsula under Moorish energy and greatly impacted by Arabic.
  • proper-noun:
    • a continuum of closely related Romance dialects talked in Muslim-dominated regions of the Iberian Peninsula during early stages of Romance language development in Iberia.
  • others:
    • Of or with respect to the Mozarabs: since, Mozarabic Church, architecture, liturgy, etc.
    • the type, arrangement, and un-equaled variability of their parts;
    • its Oriental aflinities, such keeps of this epiclesis, proclamations by the deacon, the career associated with the pax, the clear presence of the Sancta Sanctis, etc.;
    • the sophisticated ritual regarding the small fraction; and
    • the usage of a peculiar nomenclature for the components, considerably various also from that of the Gallican makes use of, as, by way of example, offcium for introit, sacrificium for offertory anthem, illation for preface, etc. See Ephesian, Gallican. liturgy.

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