Strong’s Greek 5511. χλαμύς
Definition: A short cloak worn by men over the tunic. Usually worn by soldiers, military officers, kings & emperors. In Latin, this garment is called a paludamentum.
- Matt 27:28
- Matt 27: 31
Note in the above passages in Matthew, that the word chlamys is used, while in the same passage in Mark, the garment is not named, & in John 19:2, the garment is simply called a himation (which can be a generic word for an outer garment or clothing).