A belt, a girdle, or something worn round the body, -- as by an ecclesiastic for confining the alb.
A rope, usually white, worn with the alb or cassock-alb, tied with a slip knot at the right side of the waist and allowed to hang down the right side. The ends of the rope may have either knots or tassels. This rope is sometimes called a girdle. ( Photo courtesy - Robert Gaspard Co.)
Rope belt worn by an Acolyte, Worship Leader or Pastor.
a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers
The girdle of a cassock.
Belt worn around the cassock-alb; often made of white rope.
A rope worn with an alb like a belt. See " vestments" and "alb."
Also known as a girdle: the belt, sash or rope worn around the waist of an alb by clergy and altar assistants
A plain or pleated band of material worn round the waist over a cassock or similar garment. In France the cincture has a large buckle and two long streamers which hang down in front.
A wide belt or sash cord worn around the waist. Usually worn with a ministerial cassock.
A cord used to belt the alb
a belt or girdle Source
Cord that ties around the lay reader's waist outside the robe.