foresleeve [fawr-sleev, fohr-] Word Origin noun

  1. the part of the sleeve covering the forearm.
  2. a detachable sleeve or part of a sleeve, often having an ornamental function.

Origin of foresleeve Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at fore-, sleeve

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