a long cloak, usually with a hood
Origin of capoteFrench diminutive of cape, cape
Capote, Truman 1924-84; U.S. writer
- A long, usually hooded cloak or coat.
- A large, usually purple and yellow cape used in maneuvering the bull especially during the initial stage of a bullfight.
Origin of capoteFrench, from Old French capote, capette, diminutive of cape, cloak, from Medieval Latin cāpa; see cape1.