Archery a leather guard worn on the arm holding the bow, for protection against the bowstring
Origin of bracerMiddle English ; from Old French brasseure ; from bras, arm ; from Classical Latin brachium: see brace
- a person or thing that braces
- ⌂ Slang a drink of alcoholic liquor
- One that braces, especially one that supports or holds something steady.
- Informal A stimulating drink, especially of an alcoholic beverage.
A guard worn on the forearm by archers and fencers.
Origin of bracerMiddle English, probably from Anglo-Norman, from Old French braceure, from bras, arm, from Latin bracchium; see brace.