A short mantle fastened on neck, donned by guys in ancient Greece.
a brief cloak caught up regarding the shoulder, donned by hunters, soldiers, and horsemen in Ancient Greece.
A loose and moving exterior apparel, worn by the old Greeks; some sort of cloak.
In ancient Greek costume, a type of mantle which left both arms no-cost, used particularly by equestrians, hunters, and travelers, by soldiers.
A purple cope; among the pontifical vestments.
In zoology: A genus of phytophagous beetles, for the household Chrysomelidæ or Cryptocephalidæ, covered with tuberosities, obtaining the prothorax grooved to get the quick antennæ; additionally the legs squeezed and retractile into cavities.
A genus of bivalve mollusks: synonymous with
collective term the outer elements of a flower composed of the calyx and corolla and enclosing the stamens and pistils
a quick mantle or cape fastened during the shoulder; worn by guys in ancient Greece