dalmatic
Pronunciation
  • (British) IPA: /dalˈmatɪk/
Noun

dalmatic (plural dalmatics)

  1. A long wide-sleeved tunic, which serves as a liturgical vestment in the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches and is worn by a deacon at the Eucharist or Mass and, although infrequently, by bishops as an undergarment above the alb.
Related terms Translations Adjective

dalmatic

  1. Alternative form of Dalmatic#English|Dalmatic

Dalmatic
Adjective

dalmatic

  1. Related to Dalmatia and its language and culture; Dalmatian.
Noun

dalmatic (plural dalmatics)

  1. Alternative form of dalmatic



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