scaball

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From Old Irish scabal, from Late Latin scapula (shoulder)

Noun[edit]

scaball m (genitive scabaill, nominative plural scabaill)

  1. (Christianity) scapular
  2. (armor) shoulder-piece
  3. (armor) breastplate, cuirass

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