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n. pl. re·ba·tos
A stiff flaring collar wired to stand up at the back of the head, worn by men and women in the 1500s and early 1600s.

[Obsolete French rebateau, alteration of French rabat, from Old French, from rabattre, to turn down again, reduce; see rebate1.]


n, pl -tos
(Clothing & Fashion) a variant spelling of rabato


or re•ba•to

(rəˈbɑ toʊ, -ˈbeɪ-)

n., pl. -tos.
a wide, stiff collar of the 17th century, often worn open at the front and standing up at the back.
[1585–95; < Middle French rabateau]
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Noun1.rebato - a wired or starched collar of intricate lace; worn in 17th century
collar, neckband - a band that fits around the neck and is usually folded over
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He said among the incidents that prompted the release of the memorandum order included the attack of suspected NPA rebels at the Lapinig Municipal Police Station in Northern Samar last August 10 and the massacre of nine farmers at a sugar plantation in Sagay, Negros Oriental last October 20; the ambush of soldiers providing assistance to typhoon-hit victims in Northern Samar; and the attack on the 63rd Infantry Battalion in Matuguinao, Northern Samar last October 8 that killed former San Jose de Bauan town Mayor Ananias Rebato; the burning of heavy equipment in Manjuyod, Negros Oriental and killing of Guihulngan, Negros Oriental town police chief, Superintendent Arnel Arpon in July 2017.
Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo cited the massacre of nine farmers in Sagay City, Negros Occidental; the killings of former Mayor Ananias Rebato of San Jose de Buan, Samar, and a police official in Guihulngan, Negros Oriental, and the ambush of a convoy carrying Food and Drug Administration Director General Nela Charade Puno in Camarines Sur.
Meanwhile, Anania Rebato, 57, former mayor of San Jose de Buan town in Samar, was critically wounded while his bodyguard Severino Tesorio, 24, was killed in a gun attack also yesterday.
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In time to the rhythm of the rebato, I am alternately the besieged foreigner and the native swaggering off to die, so there is seemingly endless strife between the spoken and written word.