One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A chasuble, usually consisting of a large loose mantle covering the whole body.
Old English. From post-classical Latin planeta rain-cloak worn by lay people, chasuble (633, Fourth Council of Toledo), perhaps from ancient Greek πλανήτης wanderer from πλανᾶν to lead astray, (in passive) to wander + -της, suffix forming agent nouns.
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