Word of the Day: Cenatory

//Word of the Day: Cenatory

Word of the Day: Cenatory

Definition: Pertaining to dinner.

All the official definitions of this word talk about Romans wearing cenatory garments.

If you wanted to tell someone else about what Romans wore when they ate dinner, it’s pronounced ‘se-na-tur-e

In fact, the etymology of the word is …

Oh, wait, did someone say ‘dinner’?

 

 

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