votive

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a hymn or chant dedicated to a particular saint, or to the Virgin Mary
dedicated or given in fulfillment of a vow or pledge

She placed a votive offering at the shrine.

of, expressing or symbolizing a vow

The church was lit by votive candles.

dedicated by a vow
{a} given or done by vow, vowed
Given by vow, or in fulfillment of a vow; consecrated by a vow; devoted; as, votive offerings; a votive tablet
A chant or hymn honoring a particular saint, or the Virgin Mary
dedicated in fulfillment of a vow; "votive prayers
Describes an object which expresses or symbolises a wish, prayer, or vow Votive pictures and sculptures, for instance, are intended to inspire devotion to a saint or deity, or are used in an act of religious worship, reverence, or supplication
dedicated or given in fulfilment of a vow or pledge
{s} given or dedicated to the fulfillment of a vow; expressing a wish or a desire
Describes an object which expresses or symbolizes a wish, prayer, or vow Votive pictures and sculptures, for instance, are intended to inspire devotion to a saint or deity, or are used in an act of religious worship, reverence, or supplication It may also refer, for example, to certain candles, prayer cards, or offerings
dedicated in fulfillment of a vow; "votive prayers"
A chant or hymn honoring a particular saint or the Virgin Mary
An offering made to a deity either in support of a request or in gratitude for the fulfillment of an earlier prayer
given or done because of a promise made to God or to a saint (votivus, from votum; VOTE)
votive Mass
A Mass differing from the one prescribed for the day, said for a specific purpose or at the discretion of the priest
votive

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    Etymologie

    [ 'vO-tiv ] (adjective.) 1597. From Latin vōtīvus (“votive”), from vōtum (“vow”).

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