Definition of Pepla

1. peplum [n] - See also: peplum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pepla

pep up
pepastic
peperino
peperinos
pepernoot
peperomia
peperomias
peperoncini
peperoni
peperonis
pepful
pepino
pepinos
pepita
pepitas
pepla (current term)
peplis
peplomer
peplomers
peplomycin
peplos
peploses
peplum
peplumed
peplums
peplus
pepluses
pepo
peponida
peponidas

Literary usage of Pepla

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1. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1798)
"He has given in his text, pepla—Contemptus ... —pepla from Barman's conjecture ; the other alterations from the traces of the old readings. ..."

2. Divine Worship in England in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries by John David Chambers (1877)
"At Sarum, in 1222, were "one peplum of red filk, five pepla of white filk; three of linen for the images; two curtains to cover over the ..."

3. The East Indian Gazetteer: Containing Particular Descriptions of the Empires by Walter Hamilton (1828)
"73° 45' E. The village of pepla stands on the top of a lofty mountain, ... or Old pepla, to distinguish it from the new village of that name. ..."

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