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poncho A simple garment, made from a rectangle of cloth, with a slit in the middle for the head.
1975, Margery Turner Fisher, Whos Who in Children's Books'', page 203

Garibaldi, with his cowboy's poncho, red shirt and the black ostrich feathers in his wide hat(..)
2011, Bruce N. Anderson, Wingtips Under a Bolivian Poncho, page 130
It was a gringo in a poncho. It was not really accurate to his suits worn today, but Julia would understand the symbolism that he was adapting to the culture and expectations while far away from home.
A similar waterproof garment, today typically of rubber with a hood.
1845, William Jameson, “Botanical Excursion to Salinas, an Indian Village on Chimborazo”, The London Journal of Botany, Volume 4, https://books.google.com/books?id=9eNfAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA382&dq=poncho p. 382:
…spreading over my bedding an indian-rubber poncho to exclude the rain.
1850, Romance of Modern Travel, https://books.google.com/books?id=TFsEAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA43&dq=poncho p. 43:
I … took my seat between Juan and Ambrosio, protected from the rain by an India-rubber poncho.
1857, (w), Incidents of Travel and Adventure in the Far West, https://books.google.com/books?id=01MqAAAAYAAJ&dq=poncho p. 48 (1857), https://books.google.com/books?id=_SiRx6Q8phsC&pg=PA48&dq=poncho p. 48 (1858):
I found it necessary while doing guard to cover myself with my India-rubber poncho, to prevent my clothes from becoming saturated with water.
1859, Randolph Barnes Marcy, The Prairie Traveler, https://books.google.com/books?id=cWkoAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA39&dq=poncho p. 39:
The following list of articles is deemed a sufficient outfit for one man upon a three months’ expedition, viz.: … 1 gutta percha poncho
1858, “Robbery in a Railway Carriage” (1858 March 29), Edmund Burke ed., Annual Register (collected 1859), March https://books.google.com/books?id=_CQsk8xG9CEC&pg=RA1-PA59&dq=poncho p. 59:
… when near the old church in Manchester he was run against by a man whom he supposed to be a drunken man, who was dressed in a poncho overcoat.
1888, William Eleroy Curtis, The capitals of Spanish America, https://books.google.com/books?id=1NBYAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA505&dq=poncho p. 505:
It is about the size of the rubber poncho used in the United States, …
2001, Michael Rutter, Camping Made Easy, 2nd ed., page 98
If you have to hike all day in a poncho, your pants will be wet thigh-high before long (never mind how fast you'll get wet if you have to go through wet brush or grass).
English poncho
(es-verb form of)
ranska poncho


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