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bandolier

bandoleer

/ (ˌbændəˈlɪə) /
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noun
a soldier's broad shoulder belt having small pockets or loops for cartridges
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Word Origin for bandolier

C16: from Old French bandouliere, from Old Spanish bandolera, bandolero guerrilla, from Catalan bandoler, from bandol band, from Spanish bando; see band 1
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