Laka gornja haljina kod žena; kočijaška (ili šoferska) košulja u boji; vojnički koporan.
ETYM French blouse. Of unknown origin.
A top worn by women.
A shirtlike garment worn by women. It can be plain, but tends to be more highly decorated than a man's shirt, with embroidery and differing lapel shapes and sizes. It is made of cotton or any light fabric.
The term is also used to refer to the waist-length belted jacket worn by soldiers.
1. A pitch thrown deliberately close to the batter.
2. An ankle-length loose coat or frock; SYN. gaberdine, smock, dust coat.
ETYM French froc a monk's cowl, coat, garment, Late Lat. frocus, froccus, flocus, floccus, from Latin floccus a flock of wool; hence orig., a flocky cloth or garment; cf. Latin flaccus flabby, Eng. flaccid.
1. A loose outer garment; especially, a gown forming a part of early modern clothing for women and children.
2. A coarse gown worn by monks or friars, and supposed to take the place of all, or nearly all, other garments.