Vesture meaning

vĕschər
Clothing; apparel.
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Something that covers or cloaks.

Hills in a vesture of mist.

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To cover with vesture; clothe.
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(law) Everything growing on land except trees, as grass or grain.
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(archaic) To cover; clothe.
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A covering of or like clothing.
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(archaic) To clothe.
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Origin of vesture

  • Middle English from Old French from Vulgar Latin vestītūra from Latin vestītus past participle of vestīre to clothe from vestis garment vest

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

  • Middle English, from Old French vesteure, from Vulgar Latin vestitura (“clothing"), from Latin vestitus, perfect passive participle of vestiō (“to clothe"), from vestis (“garment").

    From Wiktionary