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cotehardie

[ koht-ahr-dee, -hahr- ]
/ ˌkoʊtˈɑr di, -ˈhɑr- /
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noun
(in the Middle Ages) a close-fitting outer garment with long sleeves, hip-length for men and full-length for women, often laced or buttoned down the front or back.
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Origin of cotehardie

1300–50; Middle English <Old French: literally, bold coat
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