capuche

noun
ca·puche | \kə-ˈpüch, -ˈpüsh \

Definition of capuche 

: hood especially : the cowl of a Capuchin friar

First Known Use of capuche

circa 1600, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for capuche

Middle French, from Italian cappuccio, from cappa cloak, from Late Latin

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