Vi*at"i*cum (?), n. [L., from viaticus, a. See Viatic.]
1. Rom. Antiq.
An allowance for traveling expenses made to those who were sent into the provinces to exercise any office or perform any service.
Provisions for a journey.
Davies (Wit's Pilgr.).
3. R. C. Ch.
The communion, or eucharist, when given to persons in danger of death.
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