Snood meaning

sno͝od
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A bag typically made of net fabric that is worn at the back of the head to keep a woman's hair in place.
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A headband or fillet.
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A fleshy wrinkled fold of skin that hangs down over a turkey's beak.
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To hold (the hair) in place with a snood.
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A tie or ribbon for the hair, esp. as formerly worn by young unmarried women in Scotland.
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A baglike net worn at the back of a woman's head to hold the hair.
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A hat or part of a hat resembling this.
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To bind or hold up (the hair) with a snood.
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A band or ribbon for keeping the hair in place, including the hair-band formerly worn in Scotland and northern England by young unmarried women.
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A small hairnet or cap worn by women to keep their hair in place.
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The flap of red skin on the beak of a male turkey.
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A short line of horsehair, gut, monofilament, etc., by which a fishhook is attached to a longer (usually heavier) line; a snell.
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To keep the hair in place with a snood.
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A piece of clothing to keep the neck warm; neckwarmer.
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Origin of snood

  • Middle English snod headband from Old English snōd (s)nē- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Old English snōd.

    From Wiktionary