apodeipnon


apodeipnon
/ah paw dheep"nawn/; Eng. /ap'euh duyp"non/, n., pl. apodeipna /-dheep"nah/; Eng. /-duyp"neuh/. Gk. Orth. Ch.
compline.
[ < MGk; Gk apo- APO- + deîpnon meal]

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