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brigandine

[ brig-uhn-deen, -dahyn ]
/ ˈbrɪg ənˌdin, -ˌdaɪn /
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noun Armor.
a flexible body armor of overlapping steel plates with an exterior covering of linen, velvet, leather, etc.
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Origin of brigandine

1425–75; late Middle English brigandyn<Middle French brigandine.See brigand, -ine2
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British Dictionary definitions for brigandine

brigandine
/ (ˈbrɪɡənˌdiːn, -ˌdaɪn) /

noun
a coat of mail, invented in the Middle Ages to increase mobility, consisting of metal rings or sheets sewn on to cloth or leather

Word Origin for brigandine

C15: from Old French, from brigand + -ine 1
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