tunece, f.n: a tunic, coat. (TUH-neh-chuh / ˈtʌ-nɛ-tʃə)

Eros, God of Love, shoots an arrow into the eye of the Lover, who wears a tunic with belted purse. Roman de la Rose. France (Paris), between 1340 and 1350. Morgan Library, MS M.48, fol. 14r.

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