A garment differing in kind and use at differing times, and used both by people.
In previous use, a garment which the form and purpose varied at different times.
A tunic or undergarment; a shirt.
A close-fitting dress for ladies, which sometimes was called a long kirtle along with a train.
A garment like a doublet for males.
A monk's gown. Coat and kirtle tend to be pointed out collectively in the seventeenth century as developing a lady's outfit: as, a tawny camlet coat and kirtle price £10 17s. In this situation kirtle is evidently the petticoat, or even the apparel used under the coat. See half-kirtle, aud full kirtle, here.
An outer petticoat.
A coat or level of plaster.
A quantity of flax, about 100 weight.
a garment resembling a tunic which was donned by males at the center years