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The waiters in djellabahs and fezzes were a reminder of the powerful influence of Arabic culture and aesthetics on this island: The cathedral was built on what was once a Muslim farming settlement called Bulchar.
In the basement, the Marcianos found special cabinets containing fezzes, crowns, faux-chain-mail headdresses, fanciful Egyptian-style hats like the ones worn by Osiris, or Papa Smurf; a huge space devoted to strappy Biblical sandals.
Who knew a little man in a fez drinking from a never-emptying glass could be so zen.
But everyone in Minnesota knows that there’s only one person who can rock a size-four-foot fez.
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Origin and Etymology of fez
First Known Use: circa 1803See Words from the same year
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Definition of fez for English Language Learners
: a type of round red hat that has a flat top and no brim
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