1. A long loose garment; robe
2. An ecclesiastical vestment consisting of a long usually silk band worn traditionally around the neck by bishops and priests and over the left shoulder by deacons
3. A long wide scarf or similar covering worn by women usually across the shoulders
4. A good deal; a bargain
(Irregular preterit, past participle: stole, stolen).
1. To move stealthily; SYN. slip.
2. To steal a base, in baseball.
3. To take without the owner's consent.