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 (kə-mēz′, -mēs′)
A loose shirt, shift, or tunic.

[Arabic qamīṣ, from Late Greek kamision, kamison, shirt, from Late Latin camisia; see chemise.]
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(Clothing & Fashion) a loose light shirt, smock, or tunic originally worn in the Middle Ages
[C19: from Arabic qamīs, from Late Latin camisia]
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(kəˈmiz, -ˈmis)

a lightweight, loose-fitting shirt or smock with long sleeves.
[1805–15; < Arabic qamīṣ < Late Latin camīsashirt]
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Noun1.camise - a loose shirt or tunic; originally worn in the Middle Ages
shirt - a garment worn on the upper half of the body
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