sagum

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin sagum, from Gaulish.

Noun[edit]

sagum ‎(plural sagums or saga)

  1. (historical) A cloak, worn in ancient times by the Gauls, early Germans, and Roman soldiers, made of a rectangular piece of (usually red) coarse cloth and fastened on the right shoulder.

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Adjective[edit]

sāgum

  1. nominative neuter singular of sāgus

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