Did you perchance mean burnie?
- From Old Norse brynja. Compare Old English byrne, Gothic 𐌱𐍂𐌿𐌽𐌾𐍉 ( > Old Church Slavonic брънѩ), German Brünne. (Wiktionary)
“Too bad they are wearing hauberk or byrnie and only get a bit of a third degree burn.”
“A shirt made from mail is a hauberk if knee-length, haubergeon if mid-thigh length, and byrnie if waist-length.”
“According to AfriCat, a byrnie is waste-lengf chainmale armor.”
“Leeza, wot if tihs guy is waring a KILT wif hims byrnie?”
“October 6, 2009 at 11:27 am if dis guy iz wering teh kitl, tehn wuts byrnie wering?”
“Also I created the image in Photoshop but it is saved as a Jpg file so I don't know why it wont show up. byrnie December 20, 2005 6:45 AM # | Delete”
“Thanks for the source code, it looks lovely customised. byrnie December 20, 2005 6:50 AM # | Delete”
“Spock pulled the shirt, followed by the byrnie, over his head.”
“Then he shrugged on the quilted leather shirt and Voba laced his byrnie.”
“Voba knelt beside her, lacing her new chain-mail byrnie.”
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List of words from phrontistery.info
This is just sort of my "unsorted pit" of costumes to be organized later. It's a really broad topic, so right now, anything goes! Thanks for the contributions!
being items related to mediaeval warfare, arms and armaments.
Armour and weapons, and the occasional soldier.
Looking for tweets for byrnie.