liturgist [lit-er-jist] Word Origin noun

  1. an authority on liturgies.
  2. a compiler of a liturgy or liturgies.
  3. a person who uses or favors the use of a liturgy.

Origin of liturgist First recorded in 1640–50; liturg(y) + -ist Related formslit·ur·gism, nounlit·ur·gis·tic, adjectivean·ti·lit·ur·gist, noun British Dictionary definitions for liturgist liturgist noun

  1. a student or composer of liturgical forms

Derived Formsliturgism, nounliturgistic, adjective

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