Definition of Sabbatum
1. Noun. The seventh and last day of the week; observed as the Sabbath by Jews and some Christians.
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Literary usage of Sabbatum
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1. Medii ævi Kalendarium: Or Dates, Charters and Customs of the Middle Ages by Robert Thomas Hampson (1841)
"sabbatum primum post Pascha.—The first Saturday after Easter, is Saturday in Easter week, the Pascha being Easter Day : " sabbatum primum post Pascha, ..."
2. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities: Comprising the History, Institutions by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham (1880)
"(1) sabbatum in Albis, the Saturday in Easter week, on which day the neophytes laid aside their ... (3) sabbatum Sanctum.—The common name for Easter eve in ..."
3. Elucidationes in Novum Testamentum [ed. by Ledent]. by Jacques Antoine Liénard (1859)
"sabbatum autem incidens ... vero incidens in festum Pentecostés appellabatur sabbatum secundo primum, et sabbatum ... primum sabbatum post secundum diem ..."
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