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capot

noun ca·pot \ kəˈpät , -ˈpō \

Definition of capot

plural -s
:the winning of all the tricks in piquet and other games

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Origin and Etymology of capot

French, adjective, not having made a trick at piquet, from capot hooded cloak


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capot

noun ca·pot \ kəˈpō \

Definition of capot

plural -s
1 :capote
2 :an old large worthless bud or fruit of the caper

Origin and Etymology of capot

French, hooded cloak, from Middle French cape cloak, from Late Latin cappa head covering, cloak


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