simar

noun
si·​mar
variants: or symar \ sə̇ˈmär \
plural -s

Definition of simar

1 archaic

a or simarre \ " \ : a flowing coat dress with a full skirt and train worn by women during the Renaissance
b or cymar \ " \ : a light undergarment : shift
2 : zimarra

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History and Etymology for simar

French simarre, from Italian zimarra, from Spanish zamarra, probably from Basque zamar sheepskin

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