from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In classical antiquity, a long sleeveless cloak, provided with an opening for the head only, worn by travelers.
  • n. Eccles., a chasuble, especially in its older form as a sleeveless circular or elliptical vestment, with an opening for the head and reaching nearly to the feet.


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