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A rationale (vestment) of a style used by the Catholic church

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From Latin rationale.

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rationale (plural rationales)

  1. An explanation of the basis or fundamental reasons for something. (Can we add an example for this sense?)
  2. A justification or rationalization for something. (Can we add an example for this sense?)
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rationale (plural rationales)

 
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  1. (rare, religion) A liturgical vestment worn by some Christian bishops of various denominations.
    • The website of the Passionist Fathers of southern Germany and Austria has recently posted some photographs of the opening of the Holy Door in the Diocese of Eichstätt, Germany, which are reproduced here by their very kind permission. In them, the local bishop, H.E. Gregor Maria Hanke, is shown wearing that rarest of liturgical garments, the rationale. [1]
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ratiōnāle

  1. nominative singular neuter of ratiōnālis (rational, of reason)
  2. vocative singular neuter of ratiōnālis (rational, of reason)
  3. accusative singular neuter of ratiōnālis (rational, of reason)

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ratiōnāle n (genitive ratiōnālis); third declension

  1. The breastplate worn by Israelite high priests (Translation of λογεῖον (logeîon) or λόγιον (lógion, oracle) in the Septuagint version of Exodus 28.)
    • Vulgate Bible, Exodus 28:15
      Rationale quoque iudicii facies opere polymito iuxta texturam superumeralis ex auro hyacintho et purpura coccoque bis tincto et bysso retorta (And you shall make the breastplate of judgment with skillful work; like the work of the ephod you shall make it; of gold, of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, and of fine twined linen, shall you make it.)
  2. a rationale worn by a bishop

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Third-declension noun (neuter, “pure” i-stem).

Case Singular Plural
Nominative ratiōnāle ratiōnālia
Genitive ratiōnālis ratiōnālium
Dative ratiōnālī ratiōnālibus
Accusative ratiōnāle ratiōnālia
Ablative ratiōnālī ratiōnālibus
Vocative ratiōnāle ratiōnālia

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