Legatine
Legatine Leg"a*tine (-[.a]*t[imac]n), a. 1. Of or pertaining to a legate; as, legatine power. --Holinshed. [1913 Webster]

2. Made by, proceeding from, or under the sanction of, a legate; as, a legatine constitution. --Ayliffe. [1913 Webster]


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  • légatine — ⇒LÉGATINE, subst. fém. HIST. DU TEXT. Étoffe mêlée de laine et de coton ou de soie. On multipliait [au XVIIe s.] les étoffes de soie (...) et des étoffes de laine (...) voire des cotonnades et même des tissus faits d éléments mélangés, telles que …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Legatine — Legatine, halbseidenes Zeug von geringer Güte, bes. zu Tapeten u. Meubelbeschlägen …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • legatine — ˈlegəˌtēn, ˌtīn, tə̇n adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin legatinus, from Latin legatus legate + inus ine : of, headed by, or enacted under the authority of a legate the pope would send a legatine commission to England F.M.Stenton a legatine… …   Useful english dictionary

  • legatine — adjective Date: 1611 of, headed by, or enacted under the authority of a legate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • legatine — /leg euh tin, tuyn /, adj. of, pertaining to, or authorized by a legate. [1605 15; < ML legatinus. See LEGATE, INE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • legatine — adjective a) belonging to a legate b) headed by a legate …   Wiktionary

  • legatine — adj. of an emissary, of an official delegate; of an emissary of the Pope …   English contemporary dictionary

  • legatine — leg·a·tine …   English syllables

  • legatine — leg•a•tine [[t]ˈlɛg ə tɪn, ˌtaɪn[/t]] adj. rel of, pertaining to, or authorized by a legate • Etymology: 1605–15; < ML lēgātīnus. See legate, ine I …   From formal English to slang

  • Legatine Council — That of Chelsea in A. D. 787. So called from the two first Roman legates having been received in England. The payment of tithe to the Church was enforced at this time. Church­scot had been included in the laws of Inc …   Medieval glossary

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