But no one had seen the child that morning, and Amice declared he was not in the house.
Others brought a cope of the colour of the day, with an amice, stole, and maniple.
On some he put their stole, on others their amice, on the deacons the alb.
The apparel of the amice cannot be too rich in its ornamentation.
Is this the amice of the friar you saw issue from the copse?
The first vestment the priest puts on over the cassock is called an amice.
After Amice's death her son used the title and claimed the estates of that earldom.
As for the amice and the albe, they retain the very names they bore in Numa's day.
It is also said that Geoffrey took his name from his frequent pilgrimages to Rome, in which he wore the gray "palmer's amice."
The amice, L. amictus, is the oblong piece of linen which envelops the neck of a vested priest.