Babylo'nish Garment (אִדֶּרֶת שַׁנעָד, adde'reth Shinar'; Sept. ψιλὴ ποικίλη, Vulg. pallium coccineum), a Babylonish mantle, SEE ATTIRE, i.e. a large rote variegated with the figures of men and animals interwoven in rich colors (comp. Pliny, Hist.Nat. 8:48), such as were fabricated at Babylon (q.v.); hence a valuable piece of clothing in general (Jos 7:21). SEE EMBROIDERY.