tabard

[n] - a short sleeveless outer tunic emblazoned with a coat of arms
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Tabard

Tab'ard noun [ Middle English tabard , tabart ; confer Spanish & Portuguese tabardo , Italian tabarro , W. tabar , LGr. ..., Late Latin tabardum .] A sort of tunic or mantle formerly worn for protection from the weather. When worn over the armor it was commonl...
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tabard

noun a short sleeveless outer tunic emblazoned with a coat of arms; worn by a knight over his armor or by a herald
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Tabard

• (n.) A sort of tunic or mantle formerly worn for protection from the weather. When worn over the armor it was commonly emblazoned with the arms of the wearer, and from this the name was given to the garment adopted for heralds.
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tabard

(from the article `dress`) ...was noted for its plainness. There was little or no decoration, and garments were unbelted. A sleeveless surcoat was generally worn over the ...
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Tabard

[disambiguation] A tabard is a short coat which was a common item of men`s clothing in the Middle Ages. Tabard may also refer to: ...
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Tabard

HMS Tabard was a British T Class patrol type submarine of 1090 tons displacement launched in 1945. HMS Tabard had a top speed of 15.25 knots surfaced and 9 knots submerged, carried a complement of 53 and was armed with one 4 inch dual-purpose gun; one 20 mm anti-aircraft gun; three machine-guns and about ten 21 inch torpedo tubes.
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Tabard

A tabard was a short garment with sleeves, worn by knights of the Tudor era. The tabard had the knight's coat of arms blazoned on the sleeves as well as on the front and back.
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Tabard

A tabard is a simple, sleeveless outer garment that pulls over the head and is open at the sides. Originally tabards were ceremonial and military wear worn from the 13th to 16th centuries, in modern times they are often worn as protective clothing by catering staff.
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Tabard

A tabard is a short coat common for men during the Middle Ages. Generally used while outdoors, the coat was either sleeveless or had short sleeves or shoulder pieces. In its more developed form it was open at the sides; and it could be worn with or without a belt. Though most were ordinary garments, often workclothes, tabards might be emblazoned o...
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tabard

short-sleeved garment worn over armour
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