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- n. Plural form of paltock.
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The little group blazed with golden chains and jeweled chaplets, flame colored paltocks and purple tunics.
I am no knight, said Gawaine, I have been brought up in the guardrobe with the noble King Arthur many years, for to take heed to his armour and his other array, and to point his paltocks that long to himself.
By my hilt I believe that the men of England are all in France already, and that what is left behind are in sooth the women dressed up in their paltocks and hosen. "