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Oxford dictionary definition of the word tunic:
1a loose garment, typically sleeveless and reaching to the knees, as worn in ancient Greece and Rome.
a loose, thigh-length garment, worn typically by women over a skirt or trousers:
A-line tunic tops
2a close-fitting short coat as part of a uniform, especially a police or military uniform.
3 Biology & Anatomy an integument or membrane enclosing or lining an organ or part.
Botany any of the concentric layers of a plant bulb, e.g. an onion.
Zoology the rubbery outer coat of a sea squirt.
Old English, from Old French tunique or Latin tunica