camail definition

  • noun:
    • A piece of chainmail worn to safeguard the neck and arms.
    • An ecclesiastical ornament donned by bishops.
    • A neck shield of sequence shopping center, holding from bascinet or any other headpiece.
    • A hood of other material than post
    • A hood of chain-mail, whether connected to the hauberk or individual; particularly, that form of hood that has been connected to the side of the basinet. See basinet.
    • A tippet or little mantle donned by some Roman Catholic clergy, with different edgings of fur to mark various ranks: sometimes confounded using the amice. Also called chap-de-mail.
    • a medieval bonnet of post suspended from a basinet to guard the head and neck
    • some chainmail worn to guard the throat and shoulders.
    • An ecclesiastical ornament donned by bishops.
    • A neck guard of string shopping center, dangling from the bascinet or other headpiece.
    • A hood of other product than post
    • A hood of chain-mail, whether connected to the hauberk or individual; especially, that kind of bonnet that was connected to the edge of the basinet. See basinet.
    • A tippet or tiny mantle worn by some Roman Catholic clergy, with different edgings of fur to mark different ranks: sometimes confounded using amice. Also referred to as chap-de-mail.
    • a medieval bonnet of post suspended from a basinet to safeguard your head and throat

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