Codpiece

A codpiece (from cod, meaning `scrotum`) is a covering flap or pouch that attaches to the front of the crotch of men`s trousers and usually accentuates the genital area. It was held closed by string ties, buttons, or other methods. It was an important item of European clothing in the 15th and 16th centuries, and is still worn in the modern era ......
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Codpiece

• (n.) A part of male dress in front of the breeches, formerly made very conspicuous.
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codpiece

noun (15th-16th century) a flap for the crotch of men`s tight-fitting breeches
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Codpiece

Cod'piece` noun [ Cod , noun , ... + piece .] A part of male dress in front of the breeches, formerly made very conspicuous. Shak. Fosbroke.
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Codpiece

A codpiece was originally a small bag or box worn by women to conceal the front opening in their breeches, and contained handkerchiefs or money. Later a codpiece became a bagged or padded appendage fitted to the crutch of a man's trousers enhancing the bulge created the wearer's genitalia.
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Codpiece

an inverted triangular piece of material sewn into the hose around a man's groin and held closed by string ties. Later it would become padded and boned and over sized and used to carry a small weapon or jewels. (hence the term "family jewels").
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Codpiece

Groin defence for an armour usually worn only when fighting on foot.
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codpiece

pouchlike addition to men`s long hose, located at the crotch, worn first in the 15th century. It came into fashion with hose that were like tights ... [3 related articles]
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codpiece

[n] - (15th-16th century) a flap for the crotch of men`s tight-fitting breeches
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