Complete Definition of "toga"

see|tóga
English

Etymology
From Latin toga#Latin|toga, from tegere—to cover

Pronunciation
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉÊÉ¡É|-ÉÊÉ¡É

Noun
toga (plural: togas or rarely togae)

  1. loose outer garment worn by the citizens of Rome.
  2. loose wrap gown

Derived terms
togaed adj

Translations
Finnish: tooga
Hebrew: ×××× (toga) f
Latin: toga#Latin|toga f
Slovak: tóga f

See also
chiton


Icelandic

Etymology
Old Norse

Verb
toga (+ acc)

  1. to pull

Inflection
Icelandic conjugation 01 vb -aði|tog

Category:Icelandic verbs


Latin

Etymology
From tegere—to cover, Greek stegein—to cover and stegos—roof

Noun
toga, Wiktionary Appendix:Latin first declension|togae f

  1. toga#English|toga

Derived terms
togatus

Related terms
toga virilis

Category:la:Clothing

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