He wore a gipon of fustian, all stained by his habergeon; for he had only just arrived home from a long voyage.
The sword of him that layeth at them cannot hold the spear, the dart, nor the habergeon.
"I can tell thee that mine are blunt for want of use," retorted a comrade, hammering busily at a broken link in his habergeon.
habergeon, ha-bėr′je-un, n. a piece of armour to defend the neck and breast.
Every free layman having ten marks in chattels shall have a habergeon, iron cap, and lance.