Definition of dalmatic
What is the definition of "dalmatic"?
1. The wide-sleeved garment worn over the alb by a deacon, cardinal, bishop, or abbot at the celebration of Mass.
2. A wide-sleeved garment worn by an English monarch at his or her coronation.
Use "dalmatic" in a sentence
"This dalmatic is from a set given to the church in Rome in 1810 by a Franciscan sister in Naples."
"Right: A dalmatic from the church of San Francesco d'Assisi a Ripa Grande, Rome."
"(The dalmatic from the new set) (Take note of the antependium -- or altar frontal -- where the design may also be seen)"
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