costrel

cos·trel

 (kŏs′trəl)
n.
A flat, pear-shaped drinking vessel with loops for attachment to the belt of the user.

[Middle English, from Old French costerel, possibly from costier, at the side, from coste, rib, from Latin costa; see kost- in Indo-European roots.]

costrel

(ˈkɒstrəl)
n
(Brewing) obsolete a flask, usually of earthenware or leather
[C14: from Old French costerel, from coste side, rib, from Latin costa]
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while the Prince and Earl Yet spoke together, [Enid] came again with one, A youth, that following with a costrel bore The means of goodly welcome, flesh and wine.
Os ydi'r costrel yn torri, mae'r gwin yn llifo i'r pridd.
Ac nid cyfrwng siarad mohoni ond costrel - costrel sy'n dal ac yn gwarchod diwylliant, ac mae hwnnw yn ei dro yn gysylltiedig a rhai o'r bobl orau y cefais y fraint o'u nabod.