apophorēta, ōrum, n.
, = ἀποφόρητα (to be borne away), presents which guests received at table, especially at the Saturnalia, to carry home with them, Suet. Calig. 55; id. Vesp. 19; cf. id. Aug. 75; or which candidates distributed, Symm. 2, 87 al.
—Also, title of the fourteenth book of the epigrams of Martial.