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What language did the word chemise come from?


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2013-12-22 10:27:49
2013-12-22 10:27:49

Chemise - is the french word for shirt.

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Middle English: from Old French, from late Latin camisia'shirt or nightgown.'

Possibly of Celtic origin, late greek Kamisision, Italian camica, Spanish/Portuguese camira, Anglo /French chemise.

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