Translation of censer in Spanish:


incensario, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɛnsə//ˈsɛnsər/


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    incensario masculine
    • The crumpling ash from the incense could be heard melding inside the censer.
    • The archangels carry the attributes of officiating clergy at the Mass of the Dead, Michael the cross, Gabriel the censer, and Raphael the book.
    • Behind the pair, an old man followed, swinging a censer in their wake.
    • It seems to show the wing of an angel swinging a censer, and the head of another angel with its halo.
    • Fender, 52, carries it high over the ground and loose in his hands, like a priest holding the censer while dispensing incense in church.
    • The contents of the temple storehouse as given by the 883 Register indicate a majority of ritual goods such as urns, bowls, censers, and other altar implements.
    • They are swinging the censer, and through the perfumed smoke they chant together,
    • It gave the altarpiece an appearance similar to other religious objects made from precious materials, such as reliquaries, censers, patens, and chalices, reminding us of a concept known in economics as ‘substitute acquisition.’
    • The treasury has been converted into a bright little museum of censers, illuminated manuscripts and paintings.
    • On either side are two triangular spaces, with St Gabriel swinging a censer on the right and St Michael offering his sword, on the left.
    • This piece, also composed of scrap metal and recycled car and motorcycle parts, depicts a priest holding what appears to be a censer, commonly used in Catholic Mass.
    • If you're wondering what to do in that pottery class you signed up for, a censer is a brilliant project.
    • One further question… I now need to know where to get a good quality censer to burn incense in, and an oil lamp as well.
    • The pewter censer spews the sweetest peppered scent.
    • And when the younger man took a censer and I hoped that it was almost over, sounds of fighting came from outside.
    • A deep brown Yixing teapot featuring an ancient censer was said to have been made at the beginning of the 20th century.
    • Ash from incense censers, campfires and fireplaces can be used but I don't recommend them.
    • Your censer empty by your side has lost its scent and lies askew for other worshippers to fill again.
    • Cue the parade of altar boys and priests singing, waving censers and bearing a ceramic Jesus high above their heads.
    • The Kyrie-Christe eleison, the Sanctus and the Agnus Dei are repeated three times in the course of a Low Mass and in addition, in the course of a High Mass, the censer is swung three times to waft incense over altar, servers and people.