Agnus Dei

  1. Noun.  (Roman Catholicism) A part of the mass beginning with the words "Agnus Dei", or the music to which it is set.
  2. Noun.  (Roman Catholicism) A small model or a picture of a lamb with a cross.
  3. Noun.  (Roman Catholicism) A bar of wax imprinted with a similar shape and blessed by the Pope.

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