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Sistine

adjective Sis·tine \ˈsis-ˌtēn, sis-ˈ\

Definition of SISTINE

1
[from Pope Sixtus IV †1484] :  of or relating to the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican
2
:  of or relating to any of the popes named Sixtus

Variants of SISTINE

Sis·tine also Six·tine \ˈsik-ˌstīn, -ˌstēn\

Origin of SISTINE

Italian sistino, from New Latin sixtinus, from Sixtus, name of some popes
First Known Use: 1771

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