Tunicle

The tunicle is a liturgical vestment associated with Roman Catholicism and Anglicanism. For a description of the tunicle, see dalmatic, the vestment with which it became identical in form, although earlier editions of the Caeremoniale Episcoporum indicated that it should have narrower sleeves. Sometimes it was also distinguished by a single horizo...
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Tunicle

• (n.) A slight natural covering; an integument. • (n.) A short, close-fitting vestment worn by bishops under the dalmatic, and by subdeacons.
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tunicle

(from the article `dalmatic`) A shorter dalmatic, called the tunicle, is worn by subdeacons. Both the dalmatic and tunicle were worn by Roman Catholic bishops under the chasuble, ...
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tunicle

short ecclesiastical vestment worn by bishop or subdeacon
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