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Canon (noun) - কামান (দাগা)

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Canon Meaning in Bengali. Canon শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Canon meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Canon".

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Canon বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Canon in English? What does Canon mean? What is another word for Canon? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: canon, canon law, canon lawyer, canon regular, canon-law, canoncito, canones, canoness, canonesses, canonic,

Canon Example in a sentence

Canon Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for canon

The remark of Canon Gorton, "I began my friendship with a quarrel," might be echoed more than once.

A break in one of these links is called a “pass,” or “canon.”

He, too, had been a professor of canon law at Oxford, was a chaplain to the Pope and precentor of the cathedral church of Exeter.

The canon bowed and smiled, manifesting his pleased acquiescence.

The gentle Minor Canon has had it in his thoughts to leave the room, without a word.

"You must visit our cathedral as soon as possible," said the canon.

They had turned up with stolen rifles and were waiting with the keenest delight to join in "Canon Scott's spy hunt."

Don't mind me, little cousin; I am talking all this nonsense only to enrage the canon.

The assertion that I had the wish or was beset by any "temptation to attack" Canon Liddon is simply contrary to fact.

"No; my nephew is only a boy yet," said the canon, with affected humility.

Canon History and Origin

History of: Canon

Word Origin & History

canon "church law," O.E., from L.L. canon, from L., "measuring line, rule," from Gk. kanon "rule," perhaps from kanna "reed" (see cane). Taken in ecclesiastical sense for "decree of the Church," and passed through L.L. to O.E.

Canon Synonyms

precept tenet formula maxim doctrine dictate table decree ordinance regulation commandment catalogue criterion yardstick roll standard dogma declaration law statute list assize command principle order touchstone screed decretum

Canon Definition

an ecclesiastical rule or law enacted by a council or other competent authority and, in the Roman Catholic Church, approved by the pope.
the body of ecclesiastical law.
the body of rules, principles, or standards accepted as axiomatic and universally binding in a field of study or art:
the neoclassical canon.
a fundamental principle or general rule:
the canons of good behavior.
a standard; criterion:
the canons of taste.
the books of the Bible recognized by any Christian church as genuine and inspired.
any officially recognized set of sacred books.
any comprehensive list of books within a field.
the works of an author that have been accepted as authentic:
There are 37 plays in the Shakespeare canon.
Compare apocrypha (def 3).
established or agreed-upon constraints governing the background narrative, setting, storyline, characters, etc., in a particular fictional world:
It’s accepted as canon that vampires are harmed by sunlight.
a catalog or list, as of the saints acknowledged by the Church.
Liturgy. the part of the Mass between the Sanctus and the Communion.
Eastern Church. a liturgical sequence sung at matins, usually consisting of nine odes arranged in a fixed pattern.
Music. consistent, note-for-note imitation of one melodic line by another, in which the second line starts after the first.
Printing. a 48-point type.

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