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Definition of Armet

Armet
Armet Arm"et, n. [F., dim. of arme arm, or corrupted for healmet helmet.] A kind of helmet worn in the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries.

Meaning of Armet from wikipedia

- The armet is a type of helmet which was developed in the 15th century. It was extensively used in Italy, France, England, the Low Countries and Spain...
- Armet Francis (born 29 January 1945) is a Jamaican-born photographer and publisher who has lived in London since the 1950s. He has been do****enting and...
- The Terradyne Armored Vehicles Gurkha is a tactical armored vehicle built by Ontario-based Terradyne Armored Vehicles Inc.. The Gurkha is available in...
- Arginine-rich, mutated in early-stage tumors (ARMET), arginine-rich protein (ARP), or mesencephalic astrocyte-derived neurotrophic factor (MANF) is a...
- the superficially similar armet in the late 15th century. In contemporary sources it was sometimes also referred to as an "armet", though modern scholarship...
- Louis Logue Armét (/ɑːrˈmeɪ/ ar-MAY; October 26, 1914 – October 11, 1981) was an American architect and strong proponent of Googie architecture during...
- Armet Armored Vehicles is a defunct vehicle manufacturer whose owner and CEO was indicted by the FBI for fraud and sentenced to more than five years in...
- Armet Davis Newlove Architects, formerly Armét & Davis, is a Californian architectural firm known for working in the Googie architecture style that marks...
- Terradyne Armoured Vehicles Inc. is an armoured car manufacturing company with head offices located in Newmarket, Ontario. The vehicles that have been...
- included John Lautner, Douglas Honnold, and the team of Louis Armet and Eldon Davis of Armet & Davis firm, which they founded in 1947. Also instrumental...