argentātus, a, um,
adj. argentum (cf. aeratus and auratus, and Prisc. p. 828 P.). Plated or ornamented with silver (cf. argentum, I. A.): sandalia, Albin. 2, 65: sella, Lampr. Elag, 4 fin.: milites, whose shields were covered or plated with silver, Liv. 9, 40.
— Furnished with money (cf. argentum, I. B. 2.): semper tu ad me cum argentatā accedito querimoniā, come always with silvered complaints, i. e. bring money with your complaints, Plaut. Ps. 1, 3, 78.