noun, plural fez·zes.
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Origin of fez
Examples from the Web for fez
Mutton Tagine in Zaita, Morocco This photo was taken at a tiny roadside town on the drive to Fez.
Turns out the guy was a plant from the Ron & Fez Show on Sirius XM Radio.
Such is the twentieth-century curriculum of the University of Fez.In Morocco|Edith Wharton
The main difference was that the Bosnian soldiers discarded the fez which they wore as the symbol of Ottoman suzerainty.The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay|Lord Eversley
The Levantine and the man in the fez were sinister opponents.The Gray Mask|Wadsworth Camp
I remembered the death of the American in the streets of Fez.
Such was my notion of what happened at the Kasbah of Fez after I had passed the gates of the city.
noun plural fezzes
Word Origin for fez
1802, from French fez, from Turkish fes, probably ultimately from Fez, the city in Morocco, where this type of tasseled cap was principally made.