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rochet

[ roch-it ]
/ ˈrɒtʃ ɪt /
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noun
a vestment of linen or lawn, resembling a surplice, worn especially by bishops and abbots.
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Origin of rochet

1350–1400; Middle English <Old French: outer garment <Germanic; compare Old English rocc outer garment
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British Dictionary definitions for rochet

rochet
/ (ˈrɒtʃɪt) /

noun
a white surplice with tight sleeves, worn by bishops, abbots, and certain other Church dignitaries

Word Origin for rochet

C14: from Old French, from roc coat, outer garment, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German roc coat
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