In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sleeveless jacket)chaqueta sin mangas feminine
- She put on a leather vest with a leather jerkin when a voice came into her head.
- Shaking her head, Vela stuffed the note inside her jerkin and returned to her room.
- The orange I had seen was the colour of his jerkin.
- From the pouch tied to his jerkin, he pulled forth a small gem.
- A sleeveless, quilted jerkin might be all you need for extra warmth - or a large, woollen wrap instead of a coat.
- Agnes barely had enough concentration to focus on the jerkin she was mending.
- He wore a black leather jerkin over a dark tunic, with a black belt and boots.
- Turning to face her after hanging my jerkin upon the wall, I nodded.
- She also decided to take woolen pants and jerkins as well as a thick lined jacket that was waterproofed.
- Kieran swallowed his mouthful of chicken and wiped his hands on his jerkin.
- He threw the jerkin aside and kicked the trousers off.
- The bag contained a tunic, a cloth jerkin, a prayer book, and, strangely enough, a book of fairy tales.
- He hurried after, slipping his arms into his jerkin and shrugging it into settlement.
- Cloaks, sashes, jerkins and gloves lined the very top shelf that went the width of the wardrobe.
- A long, jagged scar, starting just below his right temple and ending somewhere beneath his jerkin, showed brightly against his dark skin.
- He wore a little jerkin with the words ‘Foto Espresso’ on the back and little phrases like ‘We send your photo email’ fading on the front.
- What use is a spunky youth in a jerkin and tights against the likes of The Joker?
- Digging a hand into his jerkin, Grenton pulled out some coins, barely taking the time to count them as he threw them on the table.
- Grace finished lacing up her jerkin and reached for her sword.
- She wore a leather jerkin over a green tunic and cowhide boots.
- What surprised Maria was their lack of armor, except for a few that wore hardened leather jerkins over their tunics.
- The Bloody Sword ignored him pointedly and buckled his sword belt over his embroidered jerkin.
- Instead of his robes, he wore a leather jerkin.
- The leather jerkin beneath her robe offered Kel a sense of security as she thought of those dangers.
- He wore a black leather jerkin over a white long sleeve shirt.
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