Definition of secular games
: games honoring the gods of ancient Rome, lasting for three days and nights, and celebrated at long irregular intervals with sacrifices, theatrical shows, feasting, and singing of hymns composed for or appropriate to the occasion
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Origin and Etymology of secular games
translation of Latin ludi saeculares
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