birrus definition

  • noun:
    • A coarse form of thick woollen fabric, worn by the poor at the center years.
    • A woollen limit or bonnet used over the arms or head.
    • A coarse sorts of thick woolen cloth, worn by poor people in the centre Ages; also, a woolen limit or hood worn throughout the arms or higher the pinnacle.
    • underneath the Roman empire, and later, a cloak with a hood worn as an outer garment for protection from the elements.
    • A species of coarse dense woolen cloth used by the poorer classes in the centre many years for cloaks and outside clothing.

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