There was a gash on the latter's cheek, and the blood from it dripped on his cuirass.
Panzer, a cuirass, is etymologically a pauncher, or defence for the paunch.
Over the cuirass he has a red chlamys, fastened in front with a knot, and fringed with gold, which hangs down from his shoulders.
Raimond V. took the helmet, but would not hear of the cuirass.
So as they struck upon the cuirass they could effect nothing, until some one, perceiving what the matter was, thrust into his eye.
This part is named the cuirass, or buckler, under which the animal can hide its head.
The archdeacon stepped ashore with casque and cuirass over his priestly robes, a long sword in his hand.
The cuirass could not disguise its obligation to certain parts of an air-tight stove.
And Minnemai called upon his gods to let him behold his father's cuirass that he might be the instrument of its recapture.
The Prfect was in full armour, and his cuirass was enriched with gems and gold.
"armor for the chest and back," mid-15c., from Middle French cuirasse (15c.), from Late Latin coriacea vestis "garment of leather," from Latin corium "leather, hide" (see corium). Cognate with Italian corazza, Spanish coraza, Portuguese couraça.