pourpoint

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pour·point

noun \ˈpr-ˌpint, -ˌpwant\

Definition of POURPOINT

:  a padded and quilted doublet

Origin of POURPOINT

Middle English purpoint, from Anglo-French, from Old French porpoint, adjective, quilted, from Vulgar Latin *perpunctus, past participle of *perpungere to perforate, from Latin per through + pungere to prick, pierce — more at pungent
First Known Use: 14th century

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