amice /ˈamɪs/

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I. noun

1. a white linen cloth worn on the neck and shoulders, under the alb, by a priest celebrating the Eucharist.
2. a cap, hood, or cape worn by members of certain religious orders.
– origin late Middle English: sense 1 from medieval Latin amicia, amisia, of unknown origin; sense 2 from Old French aumusse, from medieval Latin almucia, of unknown origin.

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