noun, plural lab·a·ra [lab-er-uh] /ˈlæb ər ə/.
Origin of labarum
Examples from the Web for labarum
The Labarum was the official standard of the Emperor of Rome, and upon it were displayed the "insignia" of the emperor of the day.History of the Union Jack and Flags of the Empire|Barlow Cumberland
This standard was known by the name of the Labarum—a word the etymology of which is very uncertain.
One would imagine from all this that there was only one labarum.The Non-Christian Cross|John Denham Parsons
The safety of the labarum was entrusted to fifty guards of approved valour and fidelity.Curiosities of Christian History|Croake James
He received it, notwithstanding the labarum, and received further the title of Pontifex Maximus, which he retained all his life.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 3 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)