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parament

[ par-uh-muhnt ]
/ 藞p忙r 蓹 m蓹nt /
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noun, plural par路a路ments, par路a路men路ta [par-uh-men-tuh]. /藢p忙r 蓹藞m蓻n t蓹/.
a decoration for a room, as a tapestry.
an ecclesiastical vestment.
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Origin of parament

1350鈥1400; Middle English <Late Latin par膩mentum an ornament, equivalent to par膩(re) to adorn (Latin: to prepare) + -mentum-ment
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British Dictionary definitions for parament

parament
/ (藞p忙r蓹m蓹nt) /

noun plural paraments or paramenta (藢p忙r蓹藞m蓻nt蓹)
(often plural) an ecclesiastical vestment or decorative hanging

Word Origin for parament

C14: from Old French parament, from Medieval Latin paramentum, from Latin par膩re to prepare
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