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tunic

imenicaodevanje

Sinonimi: tunica | adventitia

ETYM Latin tunica: cf. French tunique.
Straight tubular garment, usually sleeveless, which may be tied around the waist or left loose.
Originally a short dress worn by the ancient Greeks and Romans, the tunic reappeared in the 19th century as part of Amelia Bloomer's dress reform, worn over loose trousers with gathered ankles. In the early 20th century it helped create the long, slender lines fashionable before 1914 in the designs of Paul Poiret. Short tunic dresses worn over longer versions became popular again in the 1960s. Tunics are a common part of girls' school uniform, and short, loose tunics are also worn for dancing.
1. An enveloping or covering membrane or layer of body tissue; SYN. tunica, adventitia.
2. Any of a variety of loose fitting cloaks extending to the hips or knees.

1. ogrtač

muški rod

Plašt.

2. tunika

ženski rododevanje

Kod Rimljana: donje odelo, donja haljina od bele vune (košulja) preko koje su muškarci nosili togu a rimske gospe palu; danas: vrsta ženske kratke haljine.

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