Definition of pegma
1 obsolete : a movable theatrical structure used especially in pageants
2 obsolete : an inscription on a pegma
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Origin and Etymology of pegma
Latin pegmat-, pegma, from Greek pēgmat-, pēgma framework, stage or scaffold in theaters, from pēgnynai to fix, fasten together
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