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Venite

(vēnī`tē) [Lat.,=come], Psalm 95, so called from its opening, "O come, let us sing unto the Lord." It is the opening psalm of the Roman Catholic matins and of the Anglican morning prayer.
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venite

[′vē‚nīt]
(petrology)
Migmatite having mobile portions which were formed by exudation from the rock itself.
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2), sometime after 1503 new material was added at the beginning for the feast of the Purification, starting with the antiphon Venite et accendite, sung during the Blessing of Candles according to Toledo Use (see fig.