Definition of orthopraxy in English:

orthopraxy

Pronunciation /ˈɔːθəpraksi/

noun

  • Rightness of action (as distinct from or in addition to rightness of thought); right-doing, practical righteousness; correct practice.

    Now chiefly in contexts relating to the sociology and anthropology of religion.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Thomas Lynch (1818–1871), hymn writer and composer. From ortho- + prax- + -y, after orthodoxy.