• Definition for "hauberk"
    • an extended tunic made of chain mail.
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    • Displeasing and usually sluggish individual
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hauberk definition

  • noun:
    • an extended tunic made of chain mail.
    • A coat of mail; particularly, the lengthy coat of mail associated with European Middle Ages, as contrasted using habergeon, which is reduced and often sleeveless.
    • A coat of mail; especially, the long coat-of-mail of this European Middle Ages, as contrasted utilizing the habergeon, that will be shorter and quite often sleeveless. By old writers it's utilized synonymously with habergeon. See habergeon.
    • A part of post armor intended originally the protection regarding the neck and shoulders, but as generally speaking used a lengthy coat of mail coming below the knees and also almost to the ankles, slit up the edges, and often in front and behind, allowing the user to attach a horse.
    • within the fourteenth century and later, some defensive armor, most likely an outer garment of splint armor. See splint, jesserant, and crevisse.
    • Among stars, a brief tunic forming an integral part of medieval dress.
    • a lengthy (usually sleeveless) tunic of chain-mail previously worn as protective armor
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