A kind of cloak worn by the Spanish Americans, having the form of a blanket, with a slit in the middle for the head to pass through. A kind of poncho made of rubber or painted cloth is used by the mounted troops in the United States service.
A blanketlike cloak having a hole in the center for the head. - Designed to keep the body dry during rain, they are used now to look fashionable, loose and comfortable, ..
Ponchos are the blanket-like garments worn like a cloak by the Andean indiginous population. The wool garments were woven like blankets, but with a slit in the middle for the persons head. There are no sleeve holes. The sleeveless garment worn for warmth by the Incan and other Andean people. It was worn by children and adults of both genders. In English, 'poncho" is often used to mean a water-prrof garments styled like the Andean poncho, but with a hood. Ponchos are popular with many experienced backpackers and utility cannot be denied.
a blanket with a slit in the middle so that it can be slipped over the head and worn as a sleeveless garment.
Traditionally a circular piece of fabric with a hole cut away for the head. Acts as a cape/jacket and is more often knitted with tassels. examples
a blanket-like cloak with a hole in the center for the head
a kind of square blanket with a hole in the center through which the gaucho sticks his head
a rubber blanket with a hole in the middle
These blanket-like garments worn like a cloak in South America. The wool garments were woven like blankets, but had a slit in the middle for one's head. There are no sleeve holes. It was worn for warmth.
(Spanish) A blanket-like cloak, with a slit in the middle for the head.
A one-piece covering that protects wearers from rain. It should be big enough to cover a person wearing a backpack.
A garment that is basically a square or rectangular blanket with a center hole for sliding over the head.
A poncho is a simple garment designed to keep the body warm, or if made from an impermeable material, to keep dry during rain. It is essentially a single large sheet of fabric with an opening for the head and sometimes for the arms. Some ponchos, especially those made to ward off rain, also have hoods attached.