tuque definition by Webster's New World
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a winter cap consisting of a knitted bag tapered and closed at both ends, worn with one end tucked into the other
Origin: Canadian French ; from French toque: see toque
tuque definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A knitted woolen cap in the form of a cylindrical bag often with tapered ends that is worn with one end tucked into the other.
Origin: Canadian French, from French toque, toque; see toque.