Origin of beretFrench béret from Provençal berret from Late Latin birrettum: see biretta
- A round, soft, brimless cap that fits snugly and is often worn angled to one side.
- Beret A Green Beret.
Origin of beretFrench béret from French dialectal berret and from Old Provençal berret cap both from Late Latin birrus hooded cloak ; see biretta .
From French béret, from Occitan (Gascon) berret (“cap”), from Medieval Latin birretum, from Late Latin birrus (“large hooded cloak”), from Gaulish berros 'short, clipped' (compare Welsh byrr, Middle Irish berr). Compare biretta.
- As a member, you'll have access to Airstream-only campgrounds throughout the U.S., a subscription to Blue Beret magazine, opportunities to participate in Airstream campgrounds, and many other benefits.
- Wool Ribbon Coat: In black or gray, this wool blend coat has a Peter Pan collar, Russian-style ribbon trim across the hidden buttons and a matching beret.
- When you think, "pumpkin princess costume," you may think of a big, round, orange suit with a cute little orange beret for a hat (with stem, of course).
- You could easily replace that with a tiara or an orange beret (adding a stem will be easy--rolled-up felt and a safety pin are all it takes).
- The standard uniform had a beret, also in dark blue, with the milice badge (identical to the one on the breast pocket) denoting membership.