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From Ancient Greek λιτανεία (prayer) < λιτή (prayer, entreaty).

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Singular
Litany

Plural
litanies

Litany (plural litanies)
  1. A ritual liturgical prayer in which a series of prayers recited by a leader are alternated with responses from the congregation.
  2. A prolonged or tedious account.

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