noun, plural ju·pons [joo-ponz, joo-ponz; French zhy-pawn] /ˈdʒu pɒnz, dʒuˈpɒnz; French ʒüˈpɔ̃/.
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Roquefort gives the form Jupe, but Jupon or Gipoun is more usual.The Lay of Havelok the Dane|Unknown
The jupon was a garment which covered the body from the camail to just above the knees.Chats on Military Curios|Stanley C. Johnson
Under the habit a jupon of cambric muslin with a deep border of needlework.
Knights gave up the use of the camail and jupon, and were 117clothed in complete armour.A Handbook of Pictorial History|Henry W. Donald
It will be noticed that on this knight the skirt of the jupon is scalloped, on the other it is plain.Scenes and Characters of the Middle Ages|Edward Lewes Cutts