[puh-teen for 1; pa-teen for 2]
- to patinate.
Origin of patine
From French; see origin at patina
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Examples from the Web for patine
The patina or patine is also the name given by the Romans to a shallow basin used for domestic purposes.Chats on Old Copper and Brass
Fred. W. Burgess
It may also be mentioned here that when using acids for patine, steel tools should be kept away from the work.The Decoration of Leather
Georges de Rcy
The patine which accompanies this chalice measures twelve inches in diameter.
A remarkably handsome silver-gilt chalice and patine (thirteenth century) belong to Toledo cathedral.