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shako

or shack路o

[ shak-oh, shey-koh ]
/ 藞蕛忙k o蕣, 藞蕛e瑟 ko蕣 /
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noun, plural shak路os or shack路os, shak路oes or shack路oes.
a military cap in the form of a cylinder or truncated cone, with a visor and a plume or pompon.
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Origin of shako

1805鈥15; <French schako<Hungarian cs谩k贸, short for cs谩k贸s (s眉veg) peaked (cap), adj. derivative of cs谩k peak <Middle High German zacke peak, point; see tack1
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British Dictionary definitions for shako

shako

shacko

/ (藞蕛忙k蓹蕣) /

noun plural shakos, shakoes, shackos or shackoes
a tall usually cylindrical military headdress, having a plume and often a peak, popular esp in the 19th century

Word Origin for shako

C19: via French from Hungarian cs谩k贸, from Middle High German zacke a sharp point
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