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labarum

[ lab-er-uhm ]
/ ˈlæb ər əm /
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noun, plural lab·a·ra [lab-er-uh]. /ˈlæb ər ə/.

an ecclesiastical standard or banner, as for carrying in procession.
the military standard of Constantine the Great and later Christian emperors of Rome, bearing Christian symbols.

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Origin of labarum

From Late Latin, dating back to 1650–60, of obscure origin
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British Dictionary definitions for labarum

labarum
/ (ˈlæbərəm) /

noun plural -ra (-rə)

a standard or banner carried in Christian religious processions
the military standard bearing a Christian monogram used by Constantine the Great

Word Origin for labarum

C17: from Late Latin, of obscure origin
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