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almuce

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Related to amice.

NounEdit

almuce (plural almuces)

  1. A hood or cape.
    • 1994, Dorothy Owen, A History of Lincoln Minster (page 159)
      It was alleged, for example, that in 1435, when many pilgrims were in the cathedral, the Dean, with an armed band, had made a personal attack on the Chancellor Peter Partrich, whom the soldiers dragged away by his almuce.

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