Definition for AM'ICE

AM'ICE, n. [L. amictus, from amicior, to clothe; Fr. amict; Sp. amito; Port. amicto.]

A square linen cloth that a Catholic priest ties about his neck, hanging down behind under the alb, when he officiates at mass. – Sp. and Port. Dict.

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