beret

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English[edit]

Austrian army beret

Etymology[edit]

From French béret, from Occitan (Gascon) berret (cap), from Medieval Latin birretum, from Late Latin birrus (large hooded cloak), from Gaulish birrus (short cloak), from Proto-Celtic *birros (short) (compare Welsh byrr, Middle Irish berr). Compare biretta.

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beret (plural berets)

  1. A type of round, brimless cap with a soft top and a headband to secure it to the head; usually culturally associated with France.

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Polish[edit]

Polish Wikipedia has an article on:

Wikipedia pl

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beret m

  1. beret (headgear)

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External links[edit]

  • beret in Polish dictionaries at PWN