simar [si-mahr] Word Origin noun

  1. Also cymar. a loose, lightweight jacket or robe for women, fashionable in the 17th and 18th centuries.
  2. zimarra.

Origin of simar 1635–45; earlier simarre French Italian zimarra gown Spanish zamarra sheepskin coat, zamarro sheepskin Basque zamar British Dictionary definitions for simar simar noun

  1. a variant spelling of cymar

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