[ mob-kap ]
/ ˈmɒbˌkæp /
a soft cloth cap with a full crown, fitting down over the ears and frequently tying beneath the chin, formerly worn indoors by women.
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Origin of mobcap
1785–95; perhaps mob slattern (itself perhaps variant of Mab for Mabel) + cap1
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British Dictionary definitions for mobcap
/ (ˈmɒbˌkæp) /
a woman's large cotton cap with a pouched crown and usually a frill, worn esp during the 18th centuryOften shortened to: mob
Word Origin for mobcap
C18: from obsolete mob woman, esp a loose-living woman, + cap
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