legate legate  /ˈlɛ ɡət/


  • (n) a member of a legation


  1. The Crown of Zvonimir was named for one Demetrius Zvonimir, who was crowned by a papal legate in Split in 1076.
  2. Although it was impossible to restore him to his archdiocese, Paul named Lercaro as the pontifical legate to the recent Eucharistic Congress in Bogota.
  3. The legate was receiving a Metropolitan welcome.


  • Dancing toward the start of summer

    At The Walden School in Media, the after school clubs are just winding down for the school year. Having enjoyed a wonderful time expressing themselves in after school dance class are (front) Jonathan Wang of Wallingford, Mira Mallya of Media, Weiler and Georgia Graham of Media, Anna Scott of Media, Nate Anderson of Media, (back) Daksha Nair of Swarthmore, Vivian Legate-Yang of Swarthmore, Grace ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Springfield Press

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