A leg of a table, chair, etc. that curves outward and then tapers inward down to the foot, often clawlike and grasping a ball.
A leap in which one leg is thrown upward and then both legs are beaten together.
A form of furniture leg that curves outward and then narrows downward into an ornamental foot, characteristic of Queen Anne and Chippendale furniture.
Origin of cabriole
French caper (from its resemblance to the foreleg of a capering animal) cabriolet