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See also: Cappuccio
- A hood, especially of a cloak; a capuche.
- 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Qveene. […], London: […] [John Wolfe] for VVilliam Ponsonbie, OCLC 960102938, book III, canto 12:
- Next after him went Doubt, who was yclad / In a discolour'd cote of straunge disguyse, / That at his backe a brode Capuccio had, / And sleeves dependaunt Albanesè-wyse […].
- 1988, Christiansen, Kanter & Strehlke (Eds.), Painting in Renaissance Siena, 1420-1500, p. 171:
- Instead of a cappuccio, he wears a hat.
- 1991, James North, A History of the Church, p. 388:
- Within the Franciscans, a reformist group split off from the order in 1529 to restore the rigor of the original Rule of St. Francis, even to the point of emulating his four-cornered hood, called a cappuccio.
- cappuccio at OneLook Dictionary Search
cappuccio m (plural cappucci)