- TUNICLEShort outer garment worn by the clergy in the middle ages.
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Tunicle — Tu ni*cle, n. [L. tunicula a little tunic, coat, or membrane, dim. of tunica a tunic: cf. OF. tunicle.] 1. A slight natural covering; an integument. [1913 Webster] The tunicles that make the ball or apple of the eye. Holland. [1913 Webster] 2. (R … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
tunicle — Tunicle, f. penac. Voyez Tunique … Thresor de la langue françoyse
tunicle — [to͞o′ni kəl, tyo͞o′ni kəl] n. [ME < L tunicula, dim. of tunica, tunic] TUNIC (sense 4) … English World dictionary
Tunicle — The tunicle is a liturgical vestment associated with Roman Catholic Latin Rite subdeacons, adopted also by Anglo Catholics and High Church Anglicans.For a description of the tunicle, see dalmatic, the vestment with which it became identical in… … Wikipedia
tunicle — noun /ˈtjuːnɪkəl/ a) a vestment worn by an archdeacon , 1845, In illustrating his views on the Popish tendency of these rubrics, the rev. gentleman particularly referred to the use of the alb, and cope, and tunicle, by the clergy in the discharge … Wiktionary
tunicle — [ tju:nɪk(ə)l] noun Christian Church a short liturgical vestment which is traditionally worn over the alb by a subdeacon at celebrations of the Mass. Origin ME: from OFr. tunicle or L. tunicula, dimin. of tunica … English new terms dictionary
tunicle — n. a short vestment worn by a bishop or subdeacon at the Eucharist etc. Etymology: ME f. OF tunicle or L tunicula dimin. of TUNICA … Useful english dictionary
tunicle — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French tonicle, Latin tunicula, diminutive of tunica Date: 14th century a short vestment worn by a subdeacon over the alb during mass and by a bishop under the dalmatic at pontifical ceremonies … New Collegiate Dictionary
tunicle — /tooh ni keuhl, tyooh /, n. Eccles. a vestment worn over the alb by subdeacons, as at the celebration of the Mass, and by bishops. [1350 1400; ME < L tunicula, equiv. to tunic(a) tunic + ula ULE] * * * … Universalium
Tunicle — Part of the vestment worn by a bishop next to the *dalmatic during celebration of the Eucharist … Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases