Origin of Spartiate
1350–1400; Middle English < Latin Spartiātēs < Doric Greek Spartiā́tēs, equivalent to Spartiā́(s) of Sparta + -tēs personal noun suffix
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Examples from the Web for spartiate
A shell dropped upon the deck of the Spartiate, almost amidships.The World Peril of 1910
She opened a tremendous fire on the Spartiate at half pistol-range.The Battle and the Breeze
He shall have the sword which he brought me off the Spartiate when she struck.
The Vanguard had been engaged with the Spartiate and the Aquilon.
By this we were nearly unmanageable, and cracking masts and yards in close contact with the Spartiate.