English version

tabard

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtabardtab‧ard /ˈtæbɑːd $ -bərd/ noun [countable] British English  a piece of clothing that covers your chest and back and has no sleeves, worn over a shirt or jacket
Examples from the Corpus
tabardOnce, the King sent a herald with banner, trumpet and tabard, to invite the captain of Famagusta to surrender.The royal tabard was soaked in blood.Gabriel put on his white shirt and scarlet tabard with the gold embroidery.
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