noun, plural ca·te·nae [kuh-tee-nee] /kəˈti ni/,
Origin of catena
Related Words for catenaconglomerate, group, string, continuity, set, progression, sequence, alternation, concatenation, train, syndicate, trust, order, row, consecution
Examples from the Web for catena
Historical Examples of catena
Allow me to add a couple of links to your catena on Bishop Burnet.
What wonder is it, that Catherine should have a chain,—catena?A Decade of Italian Women, vol. I (of 2)
T. Adolphus Trollope
The name of Catena has been proposed, but is now no longer seriously supported.Giorgione
Catena borrows right and left, and tries to follow every new indication of contemporary taste.
As Catena often brings in a little white lap-dog, so Bonifazio constantly has as an accessory a liver-and-white spaniel.