A cover for the hand, or for the hand and wrist, with a separate sheath for each finger. The latter characteristic distinguishes the glove from the mitten.
A boxing glove.
To cover with, or as with, a glove.
gloves worn by fielders in baseball
handwear: covers the hand and wrist
gloves that are big and padded; worn for boxing
a hand-covering garment
a handcovering garment
a hand covering usually made of leather
a piece of clothing that covers the hand
a shaped covering for the hand
a type of garment that covers the hand
The protective garment worn on the armed hand. The fencing glove must cover the opening of the jacket sleeve and extend at least halfway up the forearm.
A symbol of security. If the gloves are brand-new, this symbolizes financial security; if the gloves are long evening-type gloves, or gauntlets, this means security in love matters. Losing gloves indicates temporary setbacks, and dirty or worn-out gloves imply difficulties, but all still imply security in the long run.
Goaltender wears this on non-stick hand.
a covering for the hand having separate sections for each of the fingers and the thumb and often extending part way up the arm; gauntlet
Usually worn on the left hand by right-handed players. Helps maintain grip.
Covering for the hand with a separate sheath for each finger and thumb.
A glove (Middle English from Old English glof) is a type of garment which covers the hand. Gloves have separate sheaths or openings for each finger and the thumb; if there is an opening but no covering sheath for each finger they are called "fingerless gloves". Fingerless gloves with one large opening rather than individual openings for each fingers are sometimes called gauntlets.
There are three styles of gloves worn by ice hockey players. Skaters wear similar gloves on each hand, while goaltenders wear gloves of different types on each hand.