abanet

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abanet (plural abanets)

  1. Alternative spelling of abnet

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Etymology[edit]

From Biblical Hebrew אַבְנֵט‎.

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Noun[edit]

abanēt ? (indeclinable)

  1. (Judaism) abnet
    • 386–400 CE, Saint Jerome, Epistulae 64.12 in Patrologia Latina (volume 22), Jacques-Paul Migne (editor), Paris 1845, column 614:
      Tertium genus est vestīmentī, quod illī appellant abanēt, nōs cingulum vel balteum, vel zōnam possumus dīcere.
      The third kind of clothing, which they call “abnet”, we can call girdle, belt or zone.
    • c. 600 CE – 625 CE, Isidorus Hispalensis, Etymologiae 19.21.2:
      Abanēt cingulum sacerdōtāle rotundum, polymitā arte ex coccō, purpurā, iacinthōque contextum, ita ut flōrēs atque gemmae in eō esse vidērentur distīnctae.
      The abnet is a round priestly belt, woven with intricate skill out of scarlet, purple and cornflower thread, so that flowers and gems can be seen adorned on it.

Declension[edit]

Indeclinable noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative abanēt abanēt
Genitive abanēt abanēt
Dative abanēt abanēt
Accusative abanēt abanēt
Ablative abanēt abanēt
Vocative abanēt abanēt

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