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- n. Alternative form of burgonet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See burgonet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A helmet worn in the sixteenth century, in two forms: one without a vizor, formed like the morion, and frequently furnished with cheek-pieces and a movable nose-guard; the other with a vizor, and similar to the armet.
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At the tip of the steel wedge Conan roared his heathen battle-cry and swung his great sword in glittering arcs of death that made naught of steel burganet or mail haburgeon.
Conan reeled out of the chamber, sword in hand, blood streaming down his face from under his burganet.
And while the fallen king stared with burning eyes that reflected the bitter rage and humiliation that ate his heart, the squires stripped Valannus of mail shirt, burganet and leg-pieces, and clad him in Conan's armor of black plate-mail, with the vizored salade, and the dark plumes nodding over the wivern crest.
"I am, sir," quoth he, "of England, and my name is Thomas Cromwell; my father is a poor man, and by occupation a cloth-shearer; I am strayed from my country, and am now come into Italy with the camp of Frenchmen that were overthrown at Garigliano, where I was page to a footman, carrying after him his pike and burganet."
1825 J.H. WIFFEN Tasso VII. xc, The glistening burganet that veils His brows.