mamelière

noun
mam·​e·​lière | \ ˌmaməlˈye(ə)r\
plural -s

Definition of mamelière

: one of two round steel plates or a single plate used to cover the breasts in medieval armor

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History and Etymology for mamelière

French, from Middle French mameliere, from mamele breast, nipple (from Latin mamilla) + -iere -ier

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