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Definition of Almain
AlmainAlmain Al"main ([a^]l"m[=a]n), Almayne Al"mayne (-m[=a]n),
Alman Al"man (-man), n. [OF. Aleman, F. Allemand, fr. L.
Alemanni, ancient Ger. tribes.] [Obs.]
1. A German. Also adj., German. --Shak.
2. The German language. --J. Foxe.
3. A kind of dance. See Allemande.
Almain rivets, Almayne rivets, or Alman rivets, a sort
of light armor from Germany, characterized by overlapping
plates, arranged to slide on rivets, and thus afford great
Meaning of Almain from wikipedia
- An allemande
(e), or alman(d), French: "German (dance)") is a Renaissance
dance, and one of the most po****r instrumental...
- An Almain rivet
is a type of flexible plate armour created
1500. It was designed
to be manufactured easily whilst still affording
(Anglo-Norman French: Henri
d'Almayne) (2 November
1235 – 13 March
1271) was the son of Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall
and his first
- iron or leather plates
that were usually connected
to each other
by mail. Almain rivet Swiss
arms and armour David
(Education Team) (21 December
- Jacques Almain
(died 1515) was a prominent professor
at the University
who died at an early
age. Born in the diocese
of Sens, he studied...
- childhood friends
was his cousin Henry
, son of King Henry's brother Richard
of Cornwall. Henry
of Almain would remain
a close companion
of the prince...
1249 – 1300) was the second
Earl of Cornwall
of the fourth creation
from 1272. He joined
the Ninth Crusade
in 1271, but never...
- Almain rivet gauntlets
of Emperor Maximilian
I, c. 1514. Museum
of Fine Arts (Kunsthistorisches Museum), Vienna...
by sliding rivets produced during
the 16th century
is also known
rivets. From the 16th century
onward, the t****ets were sometimes
- the word "German" is first attested
in 1520, replacing earlier
uses of Almain
and Dutch. In German, the word Germanen today refers
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