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armet

[ ahr-met ]
/ ˈɑr mɛt /
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noun Armor.
a completely enclosed helmet having a visor and hinged cheek pieces fastened under the chin.
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Origin of armet

1500–10; <Middle French, equivalent to armearm2 + -et-et
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British Dictionary definitions for armet

armet
/ (ˈɑːmɛt) /

noun
a close-fitting medieval visored helmet with a neck guard

Word Origin for armet

C16: from Old French, from Old Spanish almete, from Old French helmet
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