"sacristia" meaning in Portuguese

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Noun

IPA: /sa.kɾiʃ.ˈti.ɐ/ [Portugal]
Etymology: From Ecclesiastical Latin sacristia, from sacer (“sacred, holy”). Etymology templates: {{etyl|EL.|pt}} Ecclesiastical Latin, {{m|la|sacristia}} sacristia, {{m|la|sacer||sacred, holy}} sacer (“sacred, holy”) Head templates: {{pt-noun|f|s}} sacristia f (plural sacristias) Forms: sacristias [plural]
  1. sacristy. Wikipedia link: pt:sacristia Tags: feminine
    Sense id: sacristia-pt-noun-kU5zBkBU

Inflected forms

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