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A place of worship in a civil institution such as an airport, prison etc
A place of worship, smaller than, or subordinate to a church
A funeral home, or a room in one for holding funeral services
{n} a place of worship, a kind of church
A printing office, said to be so called because printing was first carried on in England in a chapel near Westminster Abbey
To cause (a ship taken aback in a light breeze) so to turn or make a circuit as to recover, without bracing the yards, the same tack on which she had been sailing
separate part of a church or cathedral with its own altar, used for small services and private prayer
(Gr Parekklisi[on]; Sl Chasovnya) A side altar attached to a larger church or a small building or room built exclusively or arranged for the worship of God A chapel can belong either to an individual, an institution, or can be part of a parish church
A subordinate place of worship a small church, often a private foundation, as for a memorial a small building attached to a church a room or recess in a church, containing an altar
A chapel is a small church attached to a hospital, school, or prison. We married in the chapel of Charing Cross Hospital in London
A place of worship, in addition to the sanctuary, where smaller services, some weddings and funerals, and other special services are held
An association of workmen in a printing office
A place of worship not connected with a church; as, the chapel of a palace, hospital, or prison
A chapel can either be an alcove with an altar in a large church, or a separate building that is smaller than a full-sized church Chapels have the same function as church buildings and are equipped the same way, but they are usually dedicated to special use For example, a large estate might have a chapel in which worship services are held for family members, staff, and guests If a church builds a new and larger sanctuary, but keeps the old one, the old one is often called a chapel
A choir of singers, or an orchestra, attached to the court of a prince or nobleman
A large room of the funeral home in which the farewell service is held
In England, a place of worship used by dissenters from the Established Church; a meetinghouse
From Latin, cappella, meaning "a cape " When the kings of France went on military campaigns, they would carry the cape of St Martin with them The tent or other temporary structure that housed the cappella was called a chapel A chapel now refers to a small building or room set apart for worship and meditation
A place of christian worship
A chapel is a building used for worship by members of some Christian churches. Chapel refers to the religious services that take place there. a Methodist chapel On Sundays, the family went three times to chapel
Train extends approximately 1 ½ yards from waistline
l) A private or subordinate place of worship 2) A place of worship that is part of a church, but separately dedicated
a place of worship that has its own altar
a service conducted in a chapel; "he was late for chapel"
(i) a place of Christian worship not being a parish church or cathedral church
A chapel is a part of a church which has its own altar and which is used for private prayer. the chapel of the Virgin Mary
a place of worship lacking a parish congregation [although chapels may have a permanent clergyman]; chapels may be large or small, private or institutional A term for a place of Episcopal worship associated with a college, university, or seminary A small place of worship attached to a larger structure All Saints' is a chapel; Otey and St James are churches--because they have parish congregations
To deposit or inter in a chapel; to enshrine
A small space within a church or a secular building such as a palace or castle, containing an altar consecrated for ritual use
{i} religious service; place of worship which is smaller than a church
Chapel Hill
A town in the United States famous for its university, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
chapel hill
a town in central North Carolina; site of the University of North Carolina
chapel service
a service conducted in a chapel; "he was late for chapel"
chapel service
a service conducted in a chapel; "he was late for chapel
father of chapel
A senior officer or shop steward within a trade union branch (chapel) especially in the UK printing industry
A chapel
King's College Chapel
a beautiful old church which is part of King's College, one of the colleges of the University of Cambridge, in eastern England
Lady Chapel
A chapel, as in a cathedral or church, usually located behind the sanctuary and dedicated to the Virgin Mary
Sistine Chapel
main chapel in the Vatican, site of the famous ceiling painting by Michelangelo and murals by Botticelli and Perugino
Sistine Chapel
a chapel in the Vatican, Rome, famous for the paintings on its ceiling done by Michaelangelo, which many people consider one of the most impressive works of art in Europe. Papal chapel in the Vatican Palace, Rome, constructed 1473-81 by Giovanni dei Dolci for Pope Sixtus IV (for whom it is named). It is the site of the principal papal ceremonies. Its exterior is drab and unadorned, but its interior walls and ceiling are decorated with frescoes by Florentine Renaissance masters, including Perugino, Pinturicchio, Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, and Luca Signorelli. Portions of the walls were once covered with tapestries designed by Raphael (1515-19). The most important works are the frescoes by Michelangelo on the ceiling and the western wall behind the altar, considered among the greatest achievements of Western painting. The ceiling frescoes, depicting Old Testament scenes, were commissioned by Pope Julius II and painted 1508-12; the Last Judgment fresco on the western wall was painted 1536-41 for Pope Paul III. A controversial 10-year cleaning and restoration of the ceiling was completed in 1989, and of the western wall in 1994
plural of chapel
lady chapel
a small chapel in a church; dedicated to the Virgin Mary
side chapel
a small chapel off the side aisle of a church
wedding chapel
a building used in the US for wedding ceremonies



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    [ 'cha-p&l ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French chapele, from Medieval Latin cappella, from diminutive of Late Latin cappa cloak; from the cloak of Saint Martin of Tours preserved as a sacred relic in a chapel built for that purpose.


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