Origin of paten
Examples from the Web for patin
Historical Examples of patin
Patin's widow added fifty centimes, and the bird was given her in a little cage, which she carried away.
Patin, when he entered the inn, would be satisfied to look at her and to compliment her politely and respectfully.
Three days after the wedding Patin could no longer understand how he had ever imagined Desiree to be different from other women.
It is indeed remarkable, that two coins having the same reverse, and the inscription pietas, occur in Patin.
Patin, though he rather slights it himself, tells us in one of his letters that it was very popular at Paris.
patin or patine (ˈpætɪn)
Word Origin for paten
"plate for bread at Eucharist," c.1300, from Old French patene and directly, from Medieval Latin patena, from Latin patina "pan, dish" (see pan (n.)).