noun to·ga \ˈtō-gə\

: a long, loose piece of clothing that was worn by people in ancient Rome

Full Definition of TOGA

:  the loose outer garment worn in public by citizens of ancient Rome; also :  a similar loose wrap or a professional, official, or academic gown
to·gaed \-gəd\ adjective

Illustration of TOGA

Origin of TOGA

Latin; akin to Latin tegere to cover — more at thatch
First Known Use: 1600

Rhymes with TOGA


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