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Sis·tine(sĭs′tēn′, sĭ-stēn′) also Six·tine (sĭk′stēn′, -stīn′)
1. Of or relating to any of the five popes named Sixtus, especially Sixtus IV (1414-1484; reigned 1471-1484) and Sixtus V (1520-1590; reigned 1585-1590).
2. Of or relating to the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, constructed by Sixtus IV on the site of an earlier chapel.
[Italian sistino, from New Latin sixtīnus, from Medieval Latin Sixtus, the name of several popes, from Latin Sextus, Roman praenomen, from sextus, sixth; see sext1.]
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Sis•tine(ˈsɪs tin, -tɪn, -taɪn)
of or pertaining to any pope named Sixtus.
[1860–65; < Italian Sistino]
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Sistine[ˈsɪstiːn] ADJ the Sistine Chapel → la Capilla Sixtina
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adj → Sixtinisch
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