burnoose[bər no̵̅o̅s′, bʉr′no̵̅o̅s′]
burnoose definition by Webster's New World
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a long cloak with a hood, worn by Arabs and Moors
Origin: French burnous ; from Arabic burnus, probably ; from Classical Greek birros, a cloak
burnoose definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A hooded cloak worn especially by Arabs and Berbers.
Origin: French burnous, from Arabic burnus, from Greek birros, hooded cloak, from Late Latin birrus.