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For other uses of "Portmanteau", see Portmanteau (disambiguation).
A portmanteau refers to a piece of luggage, usually made of leather and opening into two equal parts. The word comes from French, portemanteau: porte from the verb porter meaning "to carry" and manteau meaning "coat"  It has been used to give a formal description of a hat or coat rack.
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