See also: witz-choura
witzchoura (plural witzchouras)
- A woman's fur-lined cloak, mantle or pelisse with large sleeves, worn during the early 19th century.
- 1886, Octave Uzanne, The Frenchwoman of the Century: Fashions - Manners - Usages:
- Furs, especially ermine, were worn in profusion from 1810 to 1814; nothing was seen but robes lined with ermine, witzchouras, spencers, redingotes, ermine muffs; women covered themselves as much as they were formerly uncovered.