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palmo , no
I.perf., ātum, 1, v. a. 1. palma.
I. To make the print or mark of the palm of one's hand, Quint. Decl. 1, 12; v. in the foll. P. a.—*
II. To tie up a vine: “palmare hoc est materias alligare,Col. 11, 2, 96.—Hence, palmātus , a, um, P. a.
A. Marked with the palm of a hand: palmatus paries, bearing the mark of a (bloody) hand, Quint. Decl. 1, 11 and 12, pp. 30 and 31 Burm.: “cervi palmati,with antlers shaped like the palm of a hand, Capitol. Gord. 3 fin.
B. Containing the figure of a palm-tree: “lapis,Plin. 36, 18, 29, § 134.—
2. Worked or embroidered with palmbranches: “tunica, usually worn by generals in their triumphal processions,Liv. 10, 7; 30, 15 fin.: “togae,Mart. 7, 2, 8: “vestis,Val. Max. 9, 1, n. 5.—Also, subst.: palmāta , ae, f., Vop. Prob. 1, 5 fin.; 8, 6; 8; Pacat. Pan. ad Theod. 9; Sid. Carm. 5, 4: palmatus consul, clothed with the palmata tunica, Hier. Ep. 23, 3: statua, Treb. Poll. Claud. 2.
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