Definition of Rubricate. Meaning of Rubricate. Synonyms of Rubricate

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Definition of Rubricate

Rubricate
Rubricate Ru"bri*cate, a. [L. rubricatus p. p. of rubricare to color red. See Rubric, n.] Marked with red. --Sp?lmman.
Rubricate
Rubricate Ru"bri*cate, v. t. To mark or distinguished with red; to arrange as in a rubric; to establish in a settled and unchangeable form. --Foxe. A system . . . according to which the thoughts of men were to be classed and rubricated forever after. --Hare.

Meaning of Rubricate from wikipedia

- read in black. Important feasts in liturgical calendars were also often rubricated, and rubrication can indicate how scribes viewed the importance of different...
- printed rubricated, in red ink. This is a modern practice derived from the art and Roman Catholic practice in mediaeval scriptoria of rubricating headings...
- Instructions for a priest explaining what he must do during a liturgy were also rubricated in missals and the other liturgical books, and the texts to be spoken...
- ruber rubr- red erubescence, erubescent, rubella, Rubio, rubious, rubric, rubricate, rubrication, rubricator, ruby †rubellus rubell- rūdis rūd- rude erudiate...
- significant changes during the printing process. The first sheets were rubricated by being p****ed twice through the printing press, using black and then...
- single scribe over a year to prepare. After printing, some copies were rubricated or hand-illuminated in the same elegant way as m****cript Bibles from...
- Latin ruber erubescence, erubescent, rubella, Rubio, rubious, rubric, rubricate, rubrication, rubricator, ruby rudi- unskilled, rough, unlearned Latin...
- letters for web pages. The initials are morphologically cl****ified: the rubricated letter (red); the epigraphic letter, imitating ancient Roman majuscules;...
- Latin ruber erubescence, erubescent, rubella, Rubio, rubious, rubric, rubricate, rubrication, rubricator, ruby rudi- unskilled, rough, unlearned Latin...
- in red and black by Peter Schöffer (Mainz, 1471). The page exhibits a rubricated initial letter "U" and decorations, marginalia, and ownership stamps of...
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