Tabard meaning

tăbərd
A short, heavy cape of coarse cloth formerly worn outdoors.
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An embroidered pennant attached to a trumpet.
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A loose jacket of heavy material, sleeved or sleeveless, worn outdoors as by peasants in the Middle Ages.
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A short-sleeved, emblazoned cloak worn by a knight over his armor.
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A herald's official coat emblazoned with his king's or lord's arms.
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A silk banner attached to a bugle or trumpet.
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A woman's or girl's sleeveless jerkin or loose overgarment.
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Origin of tabard

  • Middle English from Old French tabart or Old Spanish tabardo

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French tabart

    From Wiktionary