- cassock (n.) mid-16c., from M.Fr. casaque "long coat" (26c.), probably ultimately from Turk. quzzak "nomad, adventurer," (the source of COSSACK (Cf. Cossack)), from their typical riding coat. Or perhaps from Arabic kazagand, from Pers. kazhagand "padded coat," from kazh "raw silk" + agand "stuffed."
Etymology dictionary. 2014.
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Cassock — Cas sock, n. [F. casaque, fr. It. casacca, perh. fr. L. casa cottage, in It., house; or of Slavic origin.] [1913 Webster] 1. A long outer garment formerly worn by men and women, as well as by soldiers as part of their uniform. [1913 Webster] 2.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
cassock — ► NOUN ▪ a long garment worn by some Christian clergy and members of church choirs. ORIGIN Italian casacca riding coat … English terms dictionary
cassock — [kas′ək] n. [Fr casaque; prob. < Turk qazaq, nomad, adventurer (> Russ kozak, COSSACK); in allusion to their usual riding coat] a long, closefitting vestment, generally black, worn as an outer garment or under the surplice by members of the … English World dictionary
Cassock — Not to be confused with Cossack. The cassock, an item of clerical clothing, is an ankle length robe worn by clerics of the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Anglican Church, Lutheran Church and some ministers and ordained officers… … Wikipedia
cassock — /kas euhk/, n. 1. a long, close fitting garment worn by members of the clergy or others participating in church services. 2. a lightweight, double breasted ecclesiastical coat or jacket, worn under the Geneva gown. 3. a member of the clergy.… … Universalium
cassock —  Etymologically, a cassock is probably a cloak worn by a Cossack; the two words appear to be ultimately identical. Cassock, which originally meant simply ‘cloak’ or ‘long coat’ (its current application to clergymen’s tunics arose in the 17th… … The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins
cassock —  Etymologically, a cassock is probably a cloak worn by a Cossack; the two words appear to be ultimately identical. Cassock, which originally meant simply ‘cloak’ or ‘long coat’ (its current application to clergymen’s tunics arose in the 17th… … Word origins
cassock — UK [ˈkæsək] / US noun [countable] Word forms cassock : singular cassock plural cassocks a long loose piece of clothing, often black and covering the whole body, traditionally worn by some priests … English dictionary
Cassock — A long black coat, fastened in front and reaching to the feet, worn by the clergy with or without robes and signifying separation from the world. The cassock is also worn by choristers and choirmen under their surplices … American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia
cassock — [[t]kæ̱sək[/t]] cassocks N COUNT A cassock is a long piece of clothing, often black, that is worn by members of the clergy in some churches … English dictionary