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- IPA: /ˈlæbəɹəm/
labarum (plural labara)
- The Roman military standard adopted by Constantine I. The banner was known for its Christian chi-rho sign - ☧.
- 1658: Nor shall we urge the labarum, and famous Standard of Constantine, or make further use thereof, than as the first Letters in the Name of our Saviour Christ — Sir Thomas Browne, The Garden of Cyrus (Folio Society 2007, p. 168)