- dallis grass,
- dalrymple's sign,
- dalrymple, james
Origin of dalmatic
Examples from the Web for dalmatic
This dalmatic must be ranked first and highest among ecclesiastical embroideries.Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
One morning, when Hubert was arranging a dalmatic, a ring at the door-bell obliged him to go downstairs.The Dream|Emile Zola
On such occasions, the emperor was admitted for that time into the sanctuary, wore a deacon's dalmatic, and chanted a gospel.
The chasuble is decorated with stars, and the dalmatic has a rich border.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Salisbury|Gleeson White
Furthermore, his dalmatic and his cincture were considered powerful to assuage the sufferings of pregnant women.