ETYM Old Eng. baudric, bawdrik, through Old Fren. (cf. French baudrier and Late Lat. baldringus, baldrellus), from Old High Germ. balderich, cf. balz, palz, akin to Eng. belt. Related to Belt.
A wide (ornamented) belt worn over the right shoulder to support a sword or bugle by the left hip; SYN. baldrick.
Shoulder strap for holding sword.
A tonic or restorative (especially a drink of liquor); SYN. pick-me-up.
An arm or wrist protector especially for use by an archer.
1. One that braces, binds, or makes firm
2. A drink (as of liquor) taken as a stimulant
Množina reči carcanet je carcanets.
Ornamental necklace, collar or headband; jeweled necklace or collar.
ETYM French chapelet, dim. of Old Fren. chapel hat, garland, dim. from Late Lat. cappa. Related to Cap, Chapelet, Chapeau.
A string lined with beads, used for counting prayers; SYN. rosary.
Circlet or wreath for the head; short string of prayer beads.
ETYM Old Eng. coler, coller, Old Fren. colier, French collier, necklace, collar, from Old Fren. col neck, French cou, from Latin collum; akin to AS. heals, German and Goth. hals. Related to Hals.
1. A band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal's neck as a harness or to identify it.
2. A figurative restraint.
3. Fits around the neck and is usually folded over; SYN. neckband.
ETYM French collet, dim. from Latin collum neck. Related to Collar.
Flange holding a gem; metal collar or sleeve.
1. A band or collar that holds an individual stone in a jewellery setting.
2. A cone-shaped chuck used for holding cylindrical pieces in a lathe; SYN. collet chuck.