Definition of Robigalia
: an ancient Roman festival celebrated April 25 including a procession and the sacrifice of a dog to the god Robigus to avert blight from the fields
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Origin and Etymology of robigalia
Latin, from Robigus, Roman god associated with wheat blight
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