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Definition of Patin

Patin
Patin Pat"in, Patine Pat"ine, n. A plate. See Paten. ``Inlaid with patines of bright gold.' --Shak.
patin
Paten Pat"en, n. [LL. patina, patena, fr. L. patina, patena, a pan; cf. L. patere to be open, E. patent, and Gr. ? a kind of flat dish: cf. F. pat[`e]ne. Cf. Patina.] 1. A plate. [Obs.] 2. (Eccl.) The place on which the consecrated bread is placed in the Eucharist, or on which the host is placed during the Mass. It is usually small, and formed as to fit the chalice, or cup, as a cover. [Written also patin, patine.]

Meaning of Patin from wikipedia

- Patin may refer to: People Charles Patin (1633–1693), French physician and numismatist Charlotte-Catherine Patin, 17th- and 18th-century French writer...
- Charles Patin (23 February 1633 - 10 October 1693) was a French physician and numismatist. He was the son of Guy Patin, dean of the school of medicine...
- numismatist Charles Patin and moralist writer Madeleine Patin, as well as sister of numismatist Gabrielle-Charlotte Patin, Charlotte-Catherine Patin published the...
- cooking; such as cooked with coconut milk curry as gulai tempoyak ikan patin (pangasius fish tempoyak curry), or mixed with ****y chili pepper as sambal...
- doctor and letter writer Guy Patin, daughter of medical doctor and numismatist Charles Patin and moralist writer Madeleine Patin, as well as sister of the...
- Guy (or Gui) Patin (1601 in Hodenc-en-Bray, Oise – 30 August 1672 in Paris) was a French doctor and man of letters. Patin was doyen (or dean) of the Faculty...
- Le Patin Libre is a performance art company creating and touring performances on ice skates, utilizing ice and glide as means for self-expression. Founded...
- Patín a vela, also known as Patín catalán or Catalan catamaran , is a cl**** of boat "one-design" of dinghy sailing with a single crew member. Characterized...
- The Patin House, at 219 W. Bridge St. in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, was built in 1895. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991...
- Madeleine Patin (c.1643 – 28 September 1722), born Madeleine Hommetz, was a French moralist author. The wife of medical doctor and numismatist Charles Patin, and...
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