Gimmal (O. Edd. Jymold), consisting of links or rings: “in their pale dull mouths the g. bit lies foul with chewed grass,” H5 IV, 2, 49 (cf. Edward III I, 2, 29: lay aside their jacks of gymold mail).*
Shakespeare Lexicon. Alexander Schmidt. Berlin. Georg Reimer. 1902.
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