simar

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French simarre ‎(type of robe), from Italian cimarra, zimarra.

Noun[edit]

simar ‎(plural simars)

  1. (originally) A woman's loose, long dress or robe.
  2. (by analogy) A light covering; a scarf.

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