ETYM French cravate, from Cravate a Croat, an inhabitant of Croatia, one of a body of Austrian troops, from whom, in 1636, this article of dress was adopted in France.
Neckwear worn in a slipknot with long ends overlapping vertically in front.
Scarf worn mainly by men around the neck instead of a tie, often with a shirt. During the 17th century cravats formed part of everyday dress; they were made of muslin or linen and tied around the neck, sometimes in a bow.
Prvobitno: vratna marama; mašna, poša (nazvana po Hrvatima od kojih su je za vreme ratova sa Francuzima u XVII veku primili najpre Francuzi a potom i ostali zapadni narodi).
Petlja, zamka; vrsta kratke kravate.