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PUTTEE, or PUTTIE

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Originally appearing in Volume V22, Page 671 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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PUTTEE, or PUTTIE, the name, adapted from the Hindi patti, bandage (Skr. patta, strip of cloth), for a covering for the lower part of the leg from the ankle to the knee, consisting of a long narrow piece of cloth wound tightly and spirally round the leg, and serving both as a support and protection,, worn especially by riders, and taking the place of the leather or cloth gaiter. It has been adopted as part of the uniform of the mounted soldier in the British army.
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