Vestiture meaning

(biology) The hairs of plants, invertebrates and other non-mammalian organisms, taken as a whole.
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(rare) Investiture (of a person with a specific role, powers etc.).
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(literary or archaic) Clothes, clothing.
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Origin of vestiture

  • From Medieval Latin vestitura, from Latin vestire.

    From Wiktionary