noun, plural hi·mat·i·a [hi-mat-ee-uh] /hɪˈmæt i ə/. Greek Antiquity.
- himalayan cat,
- himalayan guinea pig,
- himalayan tahr,
Origin of himation
Examples from the Web for himation
In that case his right hand may have been drawing forward the end of his himation over his right knee.
Part of middle of female figure, standing to the left, wearing chiton and himation.
Two female figures, each wearing a chiton and himation, stand to the front.
On the right is Apollo wearing the dress of a minstrel, having a long chiton girt at the waist, and a himation.
The clothes she wore were no longer stola and palla, but chiton and himation.A Friend of Caesar|William Stearns Davis