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to•ga /ˈtoʊgə/USA pronunciation
n. [countable], pl. -gas, -gae /-dʒi, -gi/USA pronunciation .WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2017
- Antiquitya white, loose-fitting outer garment originally worn in ancient Rome.
(tō′gə),USA pronunciation n., pl. -gas, -gae (-jē, -gē).USA pronunciation
(tō′gəd),USA pronunciation adj.
- Antiquity(in ancient Rome) the loose outer garment worn by citizens in public.
- a robe of office, a professorial gown, or some other distinctive garment.
- Latin; akin to tegmen
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toga /ˈtəʊɡə/ n
Etymology: 16th Century: from Latin, related to tegere to cover
- a garment worn by citizens of ancient Rome, consisting of a piece of cloth draped around the body
- the official vestment of certain offices
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