succinctorium\ˌsəkˌsiŋ(k)ˈtōrēəm, ÷ ˌsəˌsi-\
Definition of subcinctorium
: a vestment consisting of an ornamental square of cloth suspended from the girdle and worn by the pope of the Roman Catholic Church when celebrating a solemn mass
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Origin and Etymology of subcinctorium
Late Latin, from Latin subcinctus, succinctus (past participle of subcingere, succingere to tuck up, gird about) + -orium -ory
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