Scapulary

• (n.) A loose sleeveless vestment falling in front and behind, worn by certain religious orders and devout persons. • (n.) Same as 2d and 3d Scapular. • (a.) Same as Scapular, a. • (n.) A bandage passing over the shoulder to support it, or to retain another bandage in place. • (n.) The name given to two pieces of cloth wor...
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scapulary

1. A loose sleeveless vestment falling in front and behind, worn by certain religious orders and devout persons. The name given to two pieces of cloth worn under the ordinary garb and over the shoulders as an act of devotion. ... 2. <surgery> A bandage passing over the shoulder to support it, or to retain another bandage in place. ... Origin:...
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Scapulary

Scap'u·la·ry adjective Same as Scapular , adjective
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Scapulary

A scapulary is a kind of garment or portion of dress, consisting of two bands of woollen stuff - one going down the breast and the other on the back, over the shoulders - worn by a religieux. The original scapular was first introduced by St Benedict, in lieu of a heavy cowl for the shoulders, designed to carry loads.
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scapulary

Type: Term Pronunciation: skap′ū-lār′ē Definitions: 1. A form of brace or suspender for keeping a belt or body bandage in place.
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