Definition of Tropæum

1. Noun. (context: Roman antiquity) A monument erected (originally on the field of battle) by the prevailing army (without Senatical grant — contrast (term triumph)) to commemorate victory in war, featuring spoils taken from the enemy (especially the personal arms of the vanquished general), and dedicated to an appropriate god (such as Mars). ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tropæum

tropophyte
tropophytes
troposmia
troposmias
troposphere
tropospheres
tropospheric
tropospherically
tropotaxes
tropotaxis
troppo
tropylium
tropyliums
tropæan
tropæolin
tropæum (current term)
trosh
troshing
trossers
trot
trot off
trot out
troth
trothed
trothful
trothing
trothless
trothplight
trothplighted
trothplighting

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