satura

noun sa·tura \ˈsätərə\

Definition of satura

plural

saturae

\-ˌrī\
  1. :  a rudimentary type of stage show with musical accompaniment performed in ancient Rome prior to the introduction of formal Latin comedy

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Origin and Etymology of satura

Latin — more at satire


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