Definitions for habilimenthəˈbɪl ə mənt

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ha•bil•i•menthəˈbɪl ə mənt(n.)

  1. Usu., habiliments. clothes or clothing. clothes as worn in a particular profession, way of life, etc.

    Category: Clothing

  2. habiliments, accouterments; trappings.

Origin of habiliment:

1375–1425; < MF habillement=habill(er), abill(ier) to trim a log, hence, dress, prepare (< VL *adbiliare; see a -5, billet2) +-ment -ment


  1. habiliment(Noun)

    Clothes, especially clothing appropriate for someone's job, status, or to an occasion.

  2. habiliment(Noun)

    Equipment or furnishings characteristic of a place or being; trappings.

  3. Origin: Middle English habilement, from Old French habillement "to clothe".

Webster Dictionary

  1. Habiliment(noun)

    a garment; an article of clothing

  2. Habiliment(noun)

    dress, in general


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