bracelet

[ breys-lit ]
/ ˈbreɪs lɪt /

noun

an ornamental band or circlet for the wrist or arm or, sometimes, for the ankle.
bracelets, Slang. a pair of handcuffs.
Furniture. collar (def. 13).

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Origin of bracelet

1400–50; late Middle English <Middle French; Old French bracel (<Latin brāchiāle, noun use of neuter of brāchiālisbrachial) + -et-et

OTHER WORDS FROM bracelet

brace·let·ed, adjectiveun·brace·let·ed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for bracelet

bracelet
/ (ˈbreɪslɪt) /

noun

an ornamental chain worn around the arm or wrist
an expanding metal band for a wristwatch

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Related adjective: armillary

Word Origin for bracelet

C15: from Old French, from bracel, literally: a little arm, from Latin bracchium arm; see brace
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