- A robe of silk or other rich material with wide but short sleeves, and richly embroidered, worn by the Deacon or Gospeller at the Holy Eucharist. Not usually worn, although its use is being restored.
American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia. — New York, Thomas Whittaker. William James Miller, M.A., B.D.. 1901.
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dalmatic — noun Etymology: Middle English dalmatyk, from Old English dalmatice, from Late Latin dalmatica, from Latin, feminine of dalmaticus Dalmatian, from Dalmatia Date: before 12th century 1. a wide sleeved overgarment with slit sides worn by a deacon… … New Collegiate Dictionary
dalmatic — noun A long wide sleeved tunic, which serves as a liturgical vestment in the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches and is worn by a deacon at the Eucharist or Mass and, although infrequently, by bishops as an undergarment above the alb. See Also:… … Wiktionary
Dalmatic — Vestment of a bishop with distinctive wide sleeves; also worn by monarchs; part of the *regalia of royalty established by the Holy Roman Emperor, using the Church as an authenticating power. [< OldFr. dalmatique = (made of wool) from Dalmatia] … Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases