poleyn

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poleyn (plural poleyns)

  1. (historical) The part of medieval armour that protected the knee.

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Borrowed from Old French polain (modern French poulain), from Late Latin pullāmen.

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  • IPA(key): /pulˈɛi̯n/, /ˈpulin/

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poleyn (uncountable)

  1. Domesticated fowl.

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