Armill

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin armillae (bracelets).

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Armill (plural Armills)

  1. A bracelet, one of the items included in a regalia, symbolically known as a "bracelet of wisdom and sincerity", used in royal coronations.
  2. A silken stole worn around the neck by royalty.

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Part of the garments used in the British Royal Regalia.

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