Capuche meaning

kə-po͝och', -po͝osh'
A hood on a cloak, especially the long pointed cowl worn by a Capuchin monk.
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A long, pointed hood, as that worn by the Capuchins.
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A long, pointed hood, as that worn by the Augustinians, Capuchins or Franciscans.
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Origin of capuche

  • Italian cappuccio from cappa hood from Late Latin cloak
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From French capuche.
    From Wiktionary