baldric

Sword belt, usually of leather which is worn over the shoulder and diagonally across the chest.

Baldric

A baldric (also baldrick, bawdrick, bauldrick as well as some other, mostly rare or obsolete, variations) is a belt worn over one shoulder that is typically used to carry a weapon (usually a sword) or other implement such as a bugle or drum. The word may also refer to any belt in general, but this usage is poetic or archaic, and not considered sta...
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Baldric

• (n.) A broad belt, sometimes richly ornamented, worn over one shoulder, across the breast, and under the opposite arm; less properly, any belt.
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baldric

baldrick noun a wide (ornamented) belt worn over the right shoulder to support a sword or bugle by the left hip
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Baldric

[horse] Baldric (16 May 1961 – 26 August 1986) was an American-bred, French-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire, best known for winning the classic 2000 Guineas in 1964. When racing in Britain, the horse was known as Baldric II. Baldric won twice in 1963 but after being beaten on his three-year-old debut he started a 20/1 outsider for...
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Baldric

Bal'dric noun [ Middle English baudric , bawdrik , through Old French (cf. French baudrier and Late Latin baldringus , baldrellus ), from Old High German balderich , confer balz , palz , akin to English belt . See Belt ,
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Baldric

A baldric is an ornamental belt worn over one shoulder and around the opposite side, diagonally across the body. It was designed to show off the rank of the wearer and be used to support a sword or bugle. Baldrics were often highly decorated and enriched with gems, and used not only to sustain the sword, dagger, or horn, but also for purposes of or...
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Baldric

a belt or strap hung diagonally from the shoulder to the hip from which weapons might be hung.
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baldric

A hollow cylindrical metal box or drum in a clock or watch that contains the driving or going spring and is connected to the first wheel in the train. From c1580 to 1600 the casing was almost always of brass. A going barrel has the first wheel of the train mounted on the same arbor, doing away with the two part fusee. It was used for striking trai....
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baldric

A sword belt, usually of leather that is worn over one shoulder and diagonally across the chest to hold the sword at the wearers waist or hip.
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Baldric

belt worn over the shoulder to support a sword or bugle
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baldric

shoulder strap for holding sword
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baldric

[n] - a wide (ornamented) belt worn over the right shoulder to support a sword or bugle by the left hip
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