mandil (plural mandils)
- A loose outer coat or jacket worn by men in England in the 16th and 17th centuries.
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- English: mandil (borrowed)
From Arabic منديل (mandiil), from Latin mantile, mantele, hence cognate of mantel
mandil m (plural mandiles)