TABARDUM

TABARDUM
in Statutis Hospitalis S. Iuliani in additam. ad Matth. Paris. p. 164. Fratres Sacerdotes dicti Hospitalis tunica, supertunica, tabardô et capuciô nigri coloris — utantur: alibi Tabardus, item Tabaldus, Italis Tabarro, Hispanis Tavardo, Anglis Taber et Tabard, Boxhornio in Lex. Cambro-Brit. tunica est longa, chiamys, toga. in Concilio Budensi A. C. 1279. c. 2. mantellus rotundus, Macro in Hierol. pallium usuale. Quô sensu ταμτάριον dixit Nicetas in Manuele, l. 4. num. 2. Vide quoque Codinum, de Officiis, c. 3. num. 4. Eâ voce in praelio, signi olim locô, usos Scoros, habent Henr. Rnyghton A. C. 1295. Dederantque signum inter se, ut sic ivos mutuo cognoscerent in congressa cum Anglicis, ut Scotus diceret Anglice Tabart, alter responderet Surcote, et e converso etc. Vide Car. du Fresne Glossar. et Dominic. Macrum in Hierolex.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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