[ kuh-poosh, -pooch ]
/ kəˈpuʃ, -ˈputʃ /
a hood or cowl, especially the long, pointed cowl of the Capuchins.
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Origin of capuche
1590–1600; < Middle French < Italian cappuccio, equivalent to capp(a) cloak (see cap1) + -uccio augmentative suffix
OTHER WORDS FROM capucheca·puched, adjective
Words nearby capuche
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Example sentences from the Web for capuche
From their hood (capuche) they received the popular name of Capuchins.
British Dictionary definitions for capuche
/ (kəˈpuːʃ) /
a large hood or cowl, esp that worn by Capuchin friars
Word Origin for capuche
C17: from French, from Italian cappuccio hood, from Late Latin cappa cloak
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