[ kuh-mou-roh ]
/ kəˈmaʊ roʊ /
noun, plural ca·mau·ros.Roman Catholic Church.
a crimson velvet cap trimmed with ermine, worn by the pope on nonliturgical occasions.
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Origin of camauro
<Italian; compare Medieval Latin camaurum; origin uncertain
Words nearby camauro
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