noun, plural shak·os or shack·os, shak·oes or shack·oes.
Origin of shako
Examples from the Web for shako
One of these, in its explosion, knocked off my shako and killed a man beside me.
As it was the sword pierced through his shako and out poured the gold pieces by thousands on to the highroad.The Poor Plutocrats|Maurus Jkai
His only answer was to check his charger, take off his shako, and bend his forehead to his saddle-bow.
You may know one of them by his tall turban, like a shako, though sometimes it is rolled like a conch-shell.Across India|Oliver Optic
"I congratulate you," said the captain, as I picked up my shako.