Gaberdine

Gab`er┬Ědine' noun See Gabardine .
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Gaberdine

• (n.) See Gabardine. • (n.) A coarse frock or loose upper garment formerly worn by Jews; a mean dress.
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gaberdine

(from the article `caftan`) A caftan has long, wide sleeves and is open in the front, although frequently it is bound with a sash. The word caftan (or gaberdine) also refers to ...
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Gaberdine

a firmly woven, warp-faced twill cloth.
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Gaberdine

A gaberdine or gabardine is a long, loose gown or cloak with wide sleeves, worn by men in the later Middle Ages and into the 16th century. In The Merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare uses the phrase `Jewish gaberdine` to describe the garment worn by Shylock, and the term gaberdine has been subsequently used to refer to the overgown or mantle .....
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