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stola

[ stoh-luh ]
/ ˈstoʊ lə /
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noun, plural sto·lae [stoh-lee], /ˈstoʊ li/, sto·las.

a long, loose tunic or robe, with or without sleeves, worn by women of ancient Rome.

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Origin of stola

1720–30; <Latin <Greek stolḗ;see stole2
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