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parament

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noun par·a·ment \ˈpa-rə-mənt\

Definition of parament

  1. :  an ornamental ecclesiastical hanging or vestment



Origin of parament

Middle English, from Medieval Latin paramentum, from parare to adorn, from Latin, to prepare — more at pare


First Known Use: 15th century


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