often used in Quebec in the form of: Tabarnak.
Tabernacle is a swear.
1 Tabarnak! Kossé k'tu vien de faire la!?
2 Toé mon tabarnak!
The housing behind the altar where the Eucharist is kept.
"Dude, put that Jesus bread in the tabernacle."
"Dude, that word so reminds me of 'tackle'."
you hear about bobby getting beaten up last. His mother told me what happened; so it is definitely tabernacle
Means "tent" in Latin.
This is where the remainder of the unconsumed consecrated Hosts from the mass are stored after Mass, usually for adoration.
The Body of Christ is stored in the tabernacle, therefore, Jesus is physically present inside of the tabernacle.
Goodbye. I will see you later. Peace out brother.
Comes from a Snoop Dogg conversation with Ryan Seacrest. Tabernacle is used as a form of "see you later" because those people will usually see each other again at church.
Man 1: It was nice to talk to you bro. I'll talk to you later.
Man 2: Aite bro, tabernacle.
Jewish soup. i.e. Matzo Ball Soup, Old Fashioned Potato Soup, Cabbage Soup, Tomato & Rice
I'd like some Tabernacle soup for dinner. What kind? How about Matzo Ball.