a stiff, cylindrical military dress hat, usually with a flat top and a plume
Origin of shakoFrench schako from Hungarian csákó from uncertain or unknown; perhaps
nounpl. shak·os, or shak·oes also shack·os or shack·oes
A stiff, cylindrical military dress hat with a metal plate or badge in front, a short visor, and a plume or pompom.
Origin of shakoFrench schako from Hungarian csákó from csákós (süveg) pointed (cap) from csák peak perhaps from Middle High German zacke tack, nail
(plural shakos or shakoes)