Mas"cled(-k'ld), a. Composed of, or covered with, lozenge-shaped scales; having lozenge-shaped divisions.
Mascled armor, armor composed of small lozenge-shaped scales of metal fastened on a foundation of leather or quilted cloth.
Mas"cotte} (?), n. [Through French fr. Pr. mascot a little sorcerer or magician, mascotto witchcraft, sorcery.] 1. A person who is supposed to bring good luck to the household to which he or she belongs.
2. Hence: Anything that brings good luck; especially, an animal kept by a group, as a sports team, to serve as a symbol and to bring luck.
[1913 Webster +PJC]
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