Pelisse meaning

pə-lēs'
A long cloak or outer robe, usually of fur or with a fur lining.
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A woman's loose light cloak, often with openings for the arms.
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A long cloak or outer coat, esp. one made, lined, or trimmed with fur.
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A fur-lined or fur robe or gown, especially as part of a uniform.
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(historical) A silk gown formerly worn by women, often lined or trimmed with fur.
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An overgarment worn by Victorian children when outside.
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Origin of pelisse

  • French from Old French pelice from Late Latin pellīcia from Latin feminine of pellīcius made of skin from pellis skin pel-3 in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From French, from Latin pellis (“skin"), from Ancient Greek πέλλα (pella, “skin").
    From Wiktionary