bycoket

noun by·cok·et \(ˈ)bī¦käkə̇t\
variants: or

abacot

\¦abə¦kät\ less commonly

abococket

\¦abə¦käkə̇t\

Definition of bycoket

plural

-s

  1. :  a hat with a high crown and a wide brim turned up in back and coming to a point like a beak in front worn especially in the 15th century

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Origin and Etymology of bycoket

Middle English bycoket, from Middle English, from Middle French bicoquet; abacot, abococket alteration of a bycoket, from 2a + bycoket


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