from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of caputium.


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  • The newcomer grasped the situation and proceeded to tell his news in a terrified whisper, the King listening unmoved, while Guillaume Rym directed Coppenole’s attention to the messenger’s face and dress, his furred hood (caputia forrata), his short cloak (epitogia curta), his gown of black velvet, which proclaimed him a president of the Court of Accompts.

    V. The Closet Where Monsieur Louis of France Recites His Orisons. Book X


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