jazerant

noun jaz·er·ant \ˈjazərənt\
variants: less commonly

jazeran

\-n\

Definition of jazerant

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  a coat of armor made of small overlapping metal plates usually mounted on linen or other lining

  2. 2 :  armor of the jazerant type

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Origin and Etymology of jazerant

Middle English jesseraunt, from Middle French jaseran, jazerenc, from Arabic jazā'irī Algerian, from al-Jazā'ir Algiers


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