colobium

noun co·lo·bi·um \kəˈlōbēəm\

Definition of colobium

plural

colobia

\-bēə\
  1. :  a sleeveless or short-sleeved tunic used as an ecclesiastical vestment :  a similar garment worn as a coronation robe

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Origin and Etymology of colobium

Late Latin, from Late Greek kolobion, from Greek kolobos docked, curtailed — more at halt


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