Hats and Headdress
feathers worn in hair in a spray-like manner.
a square cap with three ridges on top worn by clergyman especially of the Roman Catholic Church.
- a military full-dress fur hat with a pendant bag on the side usually of the color of regimental facing.
- The bearskin worn by British guardsmen.
a woman’s ornate cap popular in the late 17th and early 18th centuries.
a soft cap with a stiff brim on the front, which may be flat or curved. It may also have a plastic strip at the back so the cap can be adjusted to the head size of the wearer.
a wide-brimmedb hat with a large soft crown.
a royal or imperial headdress or cap of sovereignty
Crown of Thorns
CROWN OF THORNS
mock crown made of thorn branches by the Romans. Jesus of Nazareth was crowned with it prior to the crucifixion.
a man’s stiff felt hat with dome-shaped crown and narrow brim.
a brimless cone-shaped flat-crowned hat that usually has a tassel, is usually made of red felt, and is worn especially by men in eastern Mediterranean Counties.
a ribbon or narrow strip of material used especially as a headband.
a mask connected to a chemical air filter and used to protect the face and lungs against poison gases.
a woolen cap of Scottish origin.
a hair pin worn usually by women to hold hair in place.
a covering for the head usually having a shaped crown and brim.
a band worn on or around the head.
any of various protective head coverings usually made of a hard material to resist ipact.
a man’s felt hat with a stiff curled brim and a high crown creased lengthwise.
crown of laurel leaves in ancient Greece and Rome. It symbolized victory.
a cover or partial cover for the face used disguise or protection.
an academic cap consisting of a closely fitting headpiece with a broad flat projecting square top.
an indication asa circle of radiant light or glory about the head of a drawn or sculptured divinity, saint, or sovereign.
a device worn over the nose and mouth through which oxygen is supplied from a storage tank.
any of several hats made from paper.
a type of wig popular from the 17th to the early 19th century.
a broad-brimed low-crowned hat worn by ancient Greeks and Romans.
a stiff military hat with a high crown and plume in Hungary in the 19th century.
a high-crowned hat of felt or straw with a very wide brim worn especially in the Southwest USA and Mexico.
a waterproof hat with wide slanting brim longer in back than in front.
a decorative jeweled or flowered headband or semicircle for formal wear by women.
see COWBOY HAT
a headdress worn chiefly in countries of the eastern Mediterranean and southern Asia especially by Muslims and made of a cap around which is wound a long cloth.
a manufactured covering of natural or synthetic hair for the head.
a cloth-covering worn outdoors over the head and around the neck and chin especially by women in the late medieval period and by some nuns.
Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary
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