meaning of BRIGANDINE

BRIGANDINE meaning in General Dictionary

a-coast of armor when it comes to human anatomy consisting of scales or dishes often overlapping each other usually of steel and sewed to linen or any other product it had been used in the centre years

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  • a medieval coating of chain mail composed of steel rings sewn onto fabric or fabric
  • A coast of armor for human body, consisting of machines or dishes, sometimes overlapping one another, generally of metal, and sewed to linen or any other material. It had been worn in the centre Ages.

BRIGANDINE meaning in Law Dictionary

coat-of-mail or ancient armour, composed of many jointed scale-like dishes, really pliant and simple for human body, mentioned in 4 & 5 P. & M. c. 2.


BRIGANDINE - German to English

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BRIGANDINE meaning in General Dictionary

(letter.) A coast of armor when it comes to human anatomy, consisting of machines or dishes, often overlapping both, usually of steel, and sewed to linen or other product. It had been worn at the center Ages.