Kiroteki

Episcopal gloves or Pontifical gloves (chirothecœ, called also at an earlier date manicœ, wanti) : a Roman Catholic pontifical vestment worn a by bishop when celebrating Solemn Pontifical Mass. They are worn from the beginning of the Mass until the offertory, when they are removed. They can be elaborately embroidered and generally match the liturgical color of the Mass. They are not worn for Good Friday or Requiem Masses. While normally reserved for bishops, other prelates entitled to use pontificals, including abbots, may also use them without a special papal privilege. The gloves are considered symbolic of purity, the performance of good works and carefulness in procedure.

Source: Italian

Ref: JA

Laptu

“devotional scapular” garment evolved from the monastic scapular. These may also be worn by individuals who are not members of a monastic order. The devotional scapular typically consists of two small (usually rectangular) pieces of cloth, wood or laminated paper, a few inches in size, which may bear religious images or text. These are joined by two bands of cloth and the wearer places one square on the chest, rests the bands one on each shoulder and lets the second square drop down the back.

Source: Sicilian

Plural: Lapti