noun, plural zuc·chet·tos, Italian zuc·chet·ti [tsook-ket-tee] /tsukˈkɛt ti/.
Origin of zucchetto
Examples from the Web for zucchetto
The zucchetto, or pileolus, is removed at the end of the last secret prayer, and resumed after the ablutions.
Some one asked whether it was lawful for any one, not a bishop, to wear a zucchetto during the celebration of Mass.
noun plural -tos
Word Origin for zucchetto
1853, from Italian zucchetta "a cap," originally diminutive of zucca "gourd, head," perhaps from Late Latin cucutia, of unknown origin.