The Collaborative International Dictionary
Menologium \Men`o*lo"gi*um\, Menology \Me*nol"o*gy\, n.; pl. L. Menologia, E. Menologies. [NL. menologium, fr. Gr. mh`n month + lo`gos discourse : cf. F. m['e]nologe.]
A register of months.
(Gr. Church) A brief calendar of the lives of the saints for each day in the year, or a simple remembrance of those whose lives are not written.
n. (alternative spelling of Menologium English)
Usage examples of "menology".
None of these witnesses have specified the number of the confessors, which is fixed at sixty in an old menology, (apud Ruinart.