A loose garment to be worn over other garments; an enveloping robe; a cloak.
a covering or concealing envelope.
To cover or envelop, as with a mantle; to cloak; to hide; to disguise.
first appearing in 15th century, term for a cloak.
Judg 4: 18; Isa 15: 27; 28: 14; 1 Kin 19: 13, 19; 2 Kin 2: 8, 13, 14; Ezr 9:35; Job 1: 20; 2:12; Ps 109: 29; Is 3: 22] A kind of cloak or loose garment to be worn over other garments.
the cloak as a symbol of authority; "place the mantle of authority on younger shoulders"
a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter
a sleeveless garment similar to a cloak but shorter
A fancy short cloak made of silk, lace, or fur, usually lined (unless lace), usually with an edging, often with a hood. Silk may be edged with lace, fabric ruffles, or fur; lace may be edged with lace. Cut like a cloak (basic half-circle cut) but shaped shorter at the sides to allow the forearms to move freely. Usually hangs to the elbow at the side, to the waist or lower in front or back. Possibly also called a "short cloak". Some versions are very small and may have been called "tippets" or something else. May also be just another name for a cloak.
A cloak or coat worn over one's garments.
a cloak or cape that has been around since the fifteenth century. Bunched at the neck with a round or pointed hood.
A sleeveless, protective outer garment or cloak. See himation.
a loose sleeveless garment worn over other clothes, cloak
a loose, sleeveless cloak or cape
A mantle is a piece of clothing, similar to a robe but open on the front side and often sleeveless.