alligātūra (adligātūra), ae, f. (alligo), I) das Anbinden des Weines, Col. de arb. 8, 3: das Verbinden der Wunden, Scrib. 209. Hier. ep. 146, 7 u. 8. Ambros. ep. 2, 1: Plur., Hieron. homil. in Ierem. 13. vol. 5. p. 717 M. – II) konkr.: a) das Amulett, Vulg. Sirach 6, 31. – b) das Bündel, centum alligaturae uvae passae, Vulg. 2. regg. 16, 1. 1806–1895.

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  • alligature — † aˈlligature Obs. 0 [ad. L. alligātūra, f. alligāre: see alligate a. and ure.] 1. ‘A tying or binding to.’ Bailey 1726. 2. ‘The link or ligature by which two things are joined together. Dict.’ J …   Useful english dictionary

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