See also:term meaning praise, now rarely found in this sense except in
See also:poetry or
See also:hymns . Lauds is the name for the second of the offices of the canonical
See also:hours in the
See also:Roman breviary, so called from the three laudes or psalms of praise, cxlviii.-cl. which
See also:part of the service (see BREVIARY and HOURS, CANONICAL) .
WILLIAM LAUD (1573-1645)
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