[pel-uh-reen, pel-er-in] /ˌpɛl əˈrin, ˈpɛl ər ɪn/

a woman’s cape of fur or cloth, usually waist-length in back with long descending ends in front.
a woman’s narrow cape with long pointed ends in front


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