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From Swedish haka (chin) + lapp (patch) haklapp c a bib; garment for children
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(loose-fitting protective garment): boiler suit (UK), coveralls (US, Canada) (pants with bib): dungarees (UK); overall loose fitting garment worn over regular
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a bib upper, supported from the shoulders with straps, and having several large pockets and loops for carrying tools. (in the plural, US) A garment, worn
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Wikipedia and Wiktionary. Wikipedia mentions also terms bib-and-brace, bib overalls and bib-and-brace overalls, apparently as synonyms of "dungarees"
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extension) a piece of garment that looks similar and that is worn in a similar fashion, such as a bib or a dudou yếm dãi a bib; a "drool/saliva yem"
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northern and western England and the Midlands, for a "makeshift or ragged garment"; probably the same word as Old English bratt (“cloak”), which is from
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kura (“mud”) + housut (“pants”) kurahousut mud pants, rain bibs (children's garment that allows them to play on wet ground without getting wet themselves)
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nami so ni dakiute I put on black iris-seed garments with schisandra, and though I fluff up my garments like when the ocean birds look at their chests
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