from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A component of plate armour that protects the shoulder.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A piece of armor covering the shoulder at the junction of the body piece and arm piece.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The armor of the shoulder when it is a piece separate from that of the body and of the arm.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In addition to the figure itself, the white pauldron is packed in separately.
The more popular squad leader Sandtrooper is also in the Sideshow pipeline, coming next year with his orange pauldron.
This inaugural Sandtrooper is a sergeant, designated by his white shoulder pauldron.
Gore-splattered pauldron came out as Gore-splattered μετάλλινη επωμίδα
Now I have this great black vaguely epaulet/pauldron-shaped case I'm not sure what to do with yet.
I then went to work on his arms, affixing the pauldron, the rerebrace and couter.
She was still en deshabille, while the Battlemaster, summoned from the arena, wore a light practice cuirass with vambrace and pauldron for his unshielded right arm and shoulder.
The armourer's hammer was the keener, the quicker, the less intermittent, and yet had the most variations of time and note, as he shifted the piece on his anvil, or changed breastplate for gorget, or greave for pauldron -- or it might be sword for pike-head or halbert.
- Fully detailed Sandtrooper armor set, featuring new helmet faceplate, new left shin armor, new abdomen armor, and pauldron with white rank designation
The pauldron may have changed, but the helmet is still wrong.