Definition of gardebras
: a piece of armor to protect the arm
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Origin and Etymology of gardebras
alteration (influenced by Middle French garde-bras) of Middle English garbrasse, modification of Middle French garde-bras, from garder to guard + bras arm, from Latin brachium
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