cavesson

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Etymology[edit]

From French caveçon, from Italian capezzone.

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cavesson (plural cavessons)

  1. A part of a horse's bridle that consists of a headstall with a noseband. When a martingale is used, it is attached to the horse's head at the cavesson.

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