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bleaunt

[ blee-uhnt ]
/ ˈbli ənt /
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noun
a short tunic or blouse, worn in the Middle Ages.
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Origin of bleaunt

1275–1325; Middle English bleaunt, blihand<Anglo-French blia(u)nt, bliaut,Old French blialt, akin to Old Provençal blidal, blizal; of uncertain origin
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