tunicle[to̵̅o̅′ni kəl, tyo̵̅o̅′-]
tunicle definition by Webster's New World
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tunic (sense )
Origin: Middle English ; from Classical Latin tunicula, diminutive of tunica, tunic
tunicle definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A sleeved outer vestment reaching to the knees, worn over the alb by a subdeacon or sometimes under the dalmatic by a bishop or cardinal. Also called tunic.
Origin: Middle English, from Latin tunicula, diminutive of tunica, tunic; see tunic.