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pătăgīum , ii. n., = παταγεῖον,
I.a gold edging or border on a Roman lady's tunic cf.: “limbus, ora): patagium est, quod ad summam tunicam assui solet: quae et patagiata dicitur et patagiarii, qui ejusmodi opera faciunt,Fest. p. 221 Müll.; Naev. ap. Non. 540, 6; Tert Pall. 3; cf. Becker, Gallus, 3, p. 144 (2d ed.).—
II. Transf., an ornarient for the kair, App. M. 2. p. 119, 2
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