- maillart, robert,
- maillol, aristide,
Origin of maillot
Examples from the Web for maillot
It is one your father had, and was quite good enough for me, until I took Maillot.Robert Tournay|William Sage
He died at the castle of Maillot near Rouen on the 28th of October 1592.
When they met again, it was at the entrance to the Bois de Boulogne near the Maillot gate.The Battle Of The Strong, Complete|Gilbert Parker
Across this they poured in wild confusion and made no halt until they had passed the Fort Maillot.A Girl of the Commune|George Alfred Henty
They wished to reach the lakes, pass round them, and return home by way of the Maillot gate.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete|Emile Zola
Word Origin for maillot
"tight-fitting one-piece swimsuit," 1928, from French maillot "swaddling clothes," from Old French mailloel (13c.), probably an alteration of maille "mesh" (see mail (n.2)). Borrowed earlier by English in the sense of "tights" (1888).