breechclout
noun Date: 1757 loincloth

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • breechclout — reechclout n. covering for the loins. Syn: breechcloth, loincloth, G string. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • breechclout — noun breechcloth or loincloth …   Wiktionary

  • breechclout — n. loincloth, cloth worn around the waist or hips …   English contemporary dictionary

  • breechclout — noun North American term for loincloth …   English new terms dictionary

  • breechclout — noun a garment that provides covering for the loins • Syn: ↑breechcloth, ↑loincloth • Hypernyms: ↑garment • Hyponyms: ↑dhoti …   Useful english dictionary

  • breechcloth — noun a garment that provides covering for the loins • Syn: ↑breechclout, ↑loincloth • Hypernyms: ↑garment • Hyponyms: ↑dhoti * * * noun see breechclout …   Useful english dictionary

  • dress — /dres/, n., adj., v., dressed or drest, dressing. n. 1. an outer garment for women and girls, consisting of bodice and skirt in one piece. 2. clothing; apparel; garb: The dress of the 18th century was colorful. 3. formal attire. 4. a particular… …   Universalium

  • Guaymí — ▪ people       Central American Indians of western Panama, divisible into two main groups, the Northern Guaymí and the Southern Guaymí. The Guaymí language is one of the Chibchan group. The Northern Guaymí live in a tropical forest environment in …   Universalium

  • G-string — n. 1. a patch of cloth attached to and supported by string like cords, worn over the hips, and serving to cover only the pubic area; often worn by stripteasers. Syn: thong, merkin. [WordNet 1.5] 2. A small covering for the loins. Syn: breechcloth …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • loincloth — n. A cloth covering for the loins, worn around the hips; sometimes worn in tropical areas as the only article of clothing. Syn: breechcloth, breechclout, G string. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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