Definitions

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  • n. A hood, especially of a cloak; a capuche.

Etymologies

From Italian cappuccio. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Others say it is because of the cappuccio or hood of the friar's robes.

    Cappuchino Mousse Trifle

  • Un di queli arrovellati scotendo la cresto dello arronzinato cappuccio.

    XVIII

  • This one, with an addition of nerello cappuccio, is a lovely example, fragrant and mineral.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • 'Un di queli arrovellati scotendo la cresto dello arronzinato cappuccio.'

    Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

  • There's Antonello da Messina's skeptical young man with thick curling hair and a black cappuccio (1478 and Laurana's nuanced marble of the introspective bluestocking Beatrice of Aragon (c.

    From Out of a Featureless Crowd

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