\\ˈsabəˌtīn, -tēn\ adjective
Usage: usually capitalized
Etymology: Medieval Latin sabbatinus of the sabbath, from Latin sabbatum sabbath + -inus -ine
: of, relating to, or constituting an indulgence granted the Carmelite order and its confraternities based originally on a spurious bull of 1322 promising liberation from Purgatory the Saturday after death, ratified in modified form by later popes, and promising the intercession of the Virgin Mary to those observing given conditions

the Sabbatine privilege

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