Etymology
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pauldron (n.)

also pouldron, "armor for the shoulder," separate from that of the body or the arm, introduced by armorers c. 1400, mid-15c., from Old French espauleron, espalleron "a shoulder-plate," from espaule (Modern French épaule) "shoulder" (see epaulet).

updated on March 03, 2020

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