Noun(1) an archaic drinking vessel(2) basin for holy water
(1) One appeared to be a holy water stoup such as was found in Roman Catholic churches, of a plain character.(2) But she gains other layers as I explain about the stoup of holy water, and as the unfamiliar sound of a mighty organ thunders and peals around us, while for me the layers just keep on accumulating.(3) II.3 has Iago left alone after Cassio's departure, after he has wheedled him into drinking a stoup of wine.(4) Among them were an 11th century grave cover, a Norman window head and a holy water stoup , which provide evidence that Burnsall had a stone church in the 11th century.(5) the jailer returned and left a stoup of water(6) On the walls there were rosaries, medals, several pictures of the Virgin, and a holy-water stoup made out of a coconut.(7) A factory document of 1743 reveals that a series of holy water stoups had been commissioned by the nuns in the Royal Convent of Unshod Carmelites in Madrid.(8) The stoop , or baptismal font, has also been found and returned to the church.
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