Definitions for "Haubergeon"
See Habergeon.
Shortened version of the hauberk, worn by both infantry and mounted men, those for the former usually having short sleeves. (Wise, Terence. Medieval Warfare, 248) Related terms: Armor / Habergeon / Hauberk
a hauberk with the long skirts removed, so that it ended between crotch and mid-thigh length, usually with a dagged-hem. The mail coat was worn in this form in the 14th and 15th centuries, usually under some form of plate defense.