noun, plural tu·ni·cae [too-ni-see, tyoo-] /ˈtu nɪˌsi, ˈtyu-/. Anatomy, Zoology, Botany.
Origin of tunica
Examples from the Web for tunica
The tunic with long sleeves (tunica manicata) was a later fashion.
The stola was an oblong garment worn over the tunica and extended to the feet.The Historical Child|Oscar Chrisman
He come from Alabama in wagons and brought mother and whole lot of 'em, she said, to Tunica, Mississippi.
But, though this was the Roman habit, the lower citizens were obliged to appear abroad is their tunica, or close garment.A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence|Cornelius Tacitus
The former was garbed in a magnificent toga purpurea, elaborately adjusted so as to show the laticlave on his tunica.