toga

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to·ga

 (tō′gə)
n.
1. A loose one-piece outer garment worn in public by male citizens in ancient Rome.
2. A robe of office; a professional or ceremonial gown.

[Latin; see (s)teg- in Indo-European roots.]

to′gaed (tō′gəd) adj.

toga

(ˈtəʊɡə)
n
1. (Historical Terms) a garment worn by citizens of ancient Rome, consisting of a piece of cloth draped around the body
2. (Historical Terms) the official vestment of certain offices
[C16: from Latin, related to tegere to cover]
togaed adj

to•ga

(ˈtoʊ gə)

n., pl. -gas, -gae (-jē, -gē).
1. (in ancient Rome) the traditional formal outer garment of white wool worn by freeborn men.
2. a robe of office or other distinctive garment.
[1590–1600; < Latin; akin to tegmen]
to′gaed, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toga - a one-piece cloak worn by men in ancient Rometoga - a one-piece cloak worn by men in ancient Rome
cloak - a loose outer garment
toga virilis - (ancient Rome) a toga worn by a youth as a symbol of manhood and citizenship
Translations
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toga

(ˈtəugə) noun
the loose outer garment worn by a citizen of ancient Rome.
References in periodicals archive ?
The toga picta, on the other hand, was pure purple embroidered with gold.
toga picta The toga embroidered with golden stars that was worn by the emperor on special occasions and by a victorious general at his triumph.