Definición de fustanella en inglés:

fustanella

Saltos de línea: fus¦ta|nella
Pronunciación: /ˌfʌstəˈnɛlə
 
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sustantivo

A stiff white kilt, worn by men in Albania and Greece.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He did have a Sunday-best fustanella but hardly ever wore it.
  • A style of male dress most often seen in the United States is the fustanella, a full, white pleated skirt; a black and gold jacket; a red flat fez with a large tassel (puskel); and shoes with black pompoms.
  • The fustanella, or Albanian kilt, was common dress for men until the 1400s. Common villagers and rural people wore a fustanella made from coarse linen or wool; more affluent men wore silk.

Origen

mid 19th century: from Italian, from modern Greek phoustani, phoustanela, probably from Italian fustagno, from medieval Latin fustaneum (see fustian).

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