casquet

noun
cas·​quet | \ ˈkaskə̇t, -ˈaa-, -ˈai-, -ˈȧ-\
plural -s

Definition of casquet

: casque also : a light open headpiece

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History and Etymology for casquet

French or Spanish; French, from Spanish casquete, from casco helmet

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