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Rogation Days

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The Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday before Ascension Day. Rogation is the Latin equivalent of the Greek word “Litany,” and on the three Rogation days “the Litany of the Saints” is appointed to be sung by the clergy and people in public procession. (“Litany,” Greek litaneia, supplication. “Rogation,” Latin rogatio, same meaning.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Rod in Pickle (A)
Roderick
Roderick Random
Roderigo
Rodhaver
Rodilardus
Rodolpho (Count)
Rodomont
Rodomontade
Rodrigo [Rod-ree-go] or Roderick
Rogation Days
Rogation Week
Rogel of Greece
Roger
Rogero, Ruggiero, or Rizieri
Rogue Ingrain (A)
Roi Panade [King of Slops]
Roland
Roland de Vaux (Sir)
Rolandseck Tower
Roll

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Rogation Days