The term mantle could refer to:
- A mantle is a piece of clothing, similar to a robe but sleeveless and often open in the front, worn as an outer covering. A robe is a loose-fitting outer garment. A robe is distinguished from a Cape or Cloak by the fact that it usually has Sleeves The English
All other meanings of the word derive from this one.
- Mantle (vesture) (Mandyas) is an Eastern Orthodox vesture worn by monastics and higher clergy. A mantle ( Greek: μανδύας mandyas; Church Slavonic: мантия mantiya) is an ecclesiastical garment in
- Mantle (geology) is a layer in the interior of Earth or another planet. The mantle is a part of an Astronomical object. The interior of the Earth, similar to the other Terrestrial planets, is Chemically divided Inside the Earth, Mantle is sandwiched between the crust in the top and the core in the bottom.
- A mantle (mollusc) is an organ possessed by mollusks which is used to secrete their shells. The mantle is an important part of the anatomy of Molluscs It is the dorsal body wall which covers the visceral mass
- Gas mantle is a device used in lanterns, gas and kerosene lamps to produce a bright light. For other uses of mantle see Mantle An incandescent gas mantle, gas mantle, or Welsbach mantle is a device for generating
- A mantle (also mantel, fireplace mantel, mantelpiece) is the stone or wood beam that serves as a support for the structure above a fireplace. Fireplace mantel or mantelpiece, also known as a chimneypiece, originated in Medieval times as a hood that projected over a grate to catch the Smoke
- A mantle (climbing) is a rock climbing move. To mantle or mantel in Rock climbing is to perform a specific move typically to get a climber up onto a ledge It is used to surmount a ledge or feature in the rock in the absence of any useful holds directly above.
- Mickey Mantle was an American baseball player. Mickey Charles Mantle ( October 20, 1931 &ndash August 13, 1995) was an American Baseball player who was inducted
- The Mantle is an album by Agalloch. The Mantle is the second album by American folk band Agalloch.
- In heraldry, mantling is drapery that is tied to the helmet above the shield. In Heraldry, mantling or lambrequin is drapery tied to the helmet above the shield
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