Definition of infula
1 : a fillet of red and white wool worn in ancient Rome as a token of religious consecration or inviolability
2 [Medieval Latin, from Latin] a : one of two lappets that hang from the back of a bishop's miter b : a chasuble used principally in France and England from the 11th to the 16th century
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Origin and Etymology of infula
Latin; perhaps akin to Latin redimire to tie, wreathe, geminus twin
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