Instead of the plural are, Old English had beoth and sind or sindon, same as the German sind.
The material used, in addition to sendal, was worsted, sindon and cloth of Aylsham.
She turned as white as the sindon in her hand, and stood up.
Serapion the sindonite was so called because he wore nothing but a sindon, or linen shirt.
Their only dress is a sindon or cloak, out of which they put forth one arm.