Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a furred hood with long ends hanging down in front.
|amaut amowt amauti amautik
|a hood on a woman's parka for carrying a child. Also AMAUT.
|a wreath, fillet or band for the hair.
|a kind of PARKA worn in Canada.
|a triangular headscarf tied under the chin; also, from the habit of old women of wearing one, a grandmother.
|= BALMORAL, a round flat Scottish cap.
|a knitted hat which covers the head and neck.
|(a hat made of) fine, closely-woven straw.
|a flat Scottish cap.
|a coloured silk or cotton handkerchief or headscarf with white or yellow spots.
|a narrow band or fillet; a part of a head-dress > BANDEAUS or BANDEAUX.
|a straw hat. [From Bangkok in Thailand].
|having the head uncovered; as, a bareheaded girl.
|a kind of cap formerly worn by soldiers. Also, the flat cap worn by Roman Catholic ecclesiastics, a BIRETTA.
|a Russian hood with long ends.
|a small close-fitting hat.
|a hat of beaver fur; (verb) to work busily at.
|wearing a hat.
|a round felt or cloth cap that lies flat on the head, covering it closely (as traditionally worn by Basque peasantry); such a cap forming part of military uniform.
|beretta berretta biretta birretta
|a square cap worn by Roman Catholic ecclesiastics.
|a hat with two points e.g. as worn by Napoleon.
|a child's cap or hood; a nightcap; a serjeant-at-law's coif.
|a kind of felt hat.
|a flat round blue woollen cap, worn by Scottish peasants.
|a kind of straw-hat.
|a projecting bonnet or shade to protect the complexion; also, a wide-brimmed hat.
|a woman's head-covering, tied on by ribbons, etc; a man's soft cap (now Scots); (verb) to put a bonnet on.
|boorka bourkha burka burkha burqa
|an Arab woman's head-covering.
|a stiff felt hat with a round crown and narrow brim.
|a hat with rounded crown and turned up brim.
|having no brim; as, brimless caps.
|a broad-brimmed hat esp one worn by the Quakers in the 17th century.
|a bonnet. Also BONNET.
|a fur hat with a bag hanging on its right side, esp. as worn by hussars.
|an ornamental cap with peaks at both back and front, worn in the 15th century.
|a Roman Catholic skullcap.
|calpac calpack kalpak kalpac
|a triangular Turkish or Tatar felt cap.
|a flat brimless hat, usu with a peak; (verb) to put a cap on; to finish something off; to surpass something.
|not wearing a cap.
|resembling a cap.
|capouch capuccio capuche
|a cloak hood.
|covered with, or as with, a hood.
|chaco shacko shako
|the hat usually worn by members of a marching band > CHACOES or CHACOS; SHACKOES or SHACKOS; SHAKOES or SHAKOS.
|a hat > CHAPEAUS or CHAPEAUX.
|a Polish military cap, adapted from the traditional peasant cap, worn by lancers.
|a circlet or wreath for the head; a short string of prayer beads. [ME chapelet, wreath; from OF, diminutive of chapel, hat, from Med. L. cappellus].
|having a CHAPLET, a circlet or wreath for the head. N.B. no CHAPLETING*.
|a cylindrical skullcap, worn by Arabs and adopted by French troops in N. Africa. [Fr. chechia f. Maghribi pronunc. of Arab. sasiyya, f. Arab. Tashkent in Uzbekistan.]
|the royal tiara or cap of state of the ancient Persians > CIDARISES. [L. from Gk. kidaris, kitaris, = Heb. keter (Persian) crown, diadem].
|a lady's close-fitting bell-shaped hat.
|a ribbon badge on a hat.
|wearing a cockade.
|a jester's cap, resembling a cock's comb.
|a covering for the head, esp the close-fitting cap of white lawn or silk originally worn by serjeants-at-law; (verb) to put the hair into a coif.
|to put the hair into a COIF.
|a large high headdress formerly worn by ladies; also, a hair containing a chamber-pot.
|of a hat, high-crowned like a sugar loaf. N.B. this is an adjective: No —S.
|a circlet; a small crown or garland for the head.
|a small or inferior crown, esp. one denoting noble or royal but not sovereign rank.
|wearing a CORONET.
|a large loose hood, esp. of a kind worn by a monk; (verb) to cover with a cowl.
|a circular head ornament, esp. as a mark of honour; the diadem or state-cap of royalty; (verb) to put a crown on.
|a small crown.
|resembling a crown.
|a covering for the head, a kerchief.
|as in deely boppers, a hairband with two bobbing antennae-like projections.
|a kind of cap.
|a bowler hat.
|a crown; a fillet; (verb) to adorn with a diadem.
|a square cloth for tying round the head, worn by African women.
|a cord for drawing tight e.g. round a hood.
|one of two coverings for the ears, attached to a cap, to protect them from cold or injury.
|one of a pair of ear coverings, joined by a band across the head, worn to protect the ears from cold or noise.
|a woman's light, soft, head-covering; a person who fascinates.
|a brimmed felt hat dented lengthways. [From Fédora, title of a drama (1882) by Victorien Sardou].
|a red brimless cap > FEZES or FEZZES.
|wearing a FEZ.
|like a FEZ, a red brimless cap.
|a diadem, a band for the head.
|a low-crowned hat worn by London citizens in the 16th and 17th centuries.
|a kind of tall headdress worn in the 17th and 18th centuries. [From the Duchesse de Fontanges, a mistress of Louis XIV].
|an opera hat. [Maker's name].
|a Highlander's cap of woollen cloth.
|haick haik haique hyke
|an oblong cloth worn by Arabs on head or body.
|a protective helmet worn by building workers.
|any covering for the head, esp one with a crown and brim; (verb) to provide with or cover with a hat.
|a ribbon round a hat.
|a brush for a hat.
|a string for keeping a hat from being blown away.
|a small decorative hat, worn on social occasions.
|without a hat.
|the state of being without a hat.
|like a hat.
|a little (esp. fairy) hat.
|a cloth hanging from back of soldier's cap as protection against sun. [From General Havelock].
|a kerchief worn instead of a hat.
|a (sometimes ceremonial) covering for the head.
|anything worn on the head.
|a padded helmet worn to protect the head in contact sports > HEADGUARDS.
|any covering for the head, esp. a helmet.
|a palm-leaf ornament worn in the hair by South African men after marriage.
|a scarf worn over the head > HEADSCARVES.
|a square of material used as a covering for the head.
|crowned with a wreath of ivy.
|a covering for a Muslim woman's head and face.
|a steeple-hat with a veil hanging from it, worn by French women in the 15C.
|a man's felt hat. [From Homburg, a town near Wiesbaden, western Germany.]
|a flexible covering for the head and back of the neck; (verb) to cover with or as with a hood.
|as in hummle bonnet, a type of Scottish cap.
|kaffiyeh keffiyeh kuffiyah kaffiyah keffiyah
|the cloth head gear worn by many Palestinians.
|a veil worn by Greek women.
|a tall cylindrical hat worn by Orthodox priests > KAMELAUKIONS.
|a woman's headdress, a veil.
|a legionnaire's cap > KEPIS.
|a cloth or scarf used to cover the head, esp. by a woman; (verb) to wear a kerchief > KERCHIEFS or KERCHIEVES.
|a type of head covering worn by Arab women.
|a close-fitting brimless cylindrical or round hat.
|a long tail of a hood, esp. in old academic or clerical dress.
|a plain cap or headdress for women or girls; especially, one tying under the chin by a very broad band, generally of the same material as the cap itself.
|a tall cylindrical head-dress with which certain gods are represented in classical art > MODII.
|a huntsman's cap with side flaps > MONTEROS.
|a square-topped college cap.
|a woman's close-fitting cap.
|a cap worn in bed; a drink taken last thing at night.
|a woman's soft fleecy scarf for the head and neck. [L. nubes, cloud].
|pagri puggaree pugaree puggree pugree puggery puggry
|a turban, a light scarf worn round a hat to keep out the sun.
|a lightweight plaited man's hat. [Named after Panama, but actually originating in Ecuador].
|parka parkee parki
|a fur shirt or coat with a hood.
|a scarf worn as a head-covering by Sikh men in place of a turban.
|the winged cap of Mercury; also, a broad-brimmed, low-crowned hat worn by Greeks and Romans > PETASOSES, PETASUSES. [L. f. Gk petasos].
|a Roman felt cap; the umbrella-shaped portion of a mushroom > PILEI.
|a small round brimless hat.
|a kind of headdress with lappets flying loose.
|a striped nightcap.
|a felt, straw, or cloth hat with a low telescoped crown, flat top, and brim turned up all around or up in back and down in front.
|the crown of the Egyptian Pharaohs.
|a kind of cocked hat; also a wig > REBOZOS.
|a long scarf covering the head and shoulders, worn by women in Latin America > REBOZOS.
|to crown again.
|a kind of headcloth.
|(Yiddish) a round, broad-brimmed hat edged with fur worn by some Hasidic Jews.
|a crash helmet.
|a small close-fitting peakless cap, usu. of a soft material, as silk or velvet.
|a protective hood for a firefighter that prevents the wearer from inhaling smoke.
|a Mexican hat > SOMBREROS.
|an oval brimless hat.
|a waterproof hat.
|a headband or fillet worn by women in ancient Greece. [Gk. sphendone, a sling].
|an ancient Greek headdress like a diadem.
|a type of cowboy hat.
|a man's tall cylindrical (usu. silk) hat.
|a bonnet worn by women as a protection against the sun.
|a tall, conical cap worn by Muslims as a headdress of distinction > TAJES. [Arabic taj, crown].
|tam tammie tammy
|a Tam o' Shanter, a cap with a broad flat top.
|tarboosh tarboush tarbush tarbouche
|a fez, a hat worn by Muslim men.
|a wide-brimmed ventilated hat. [From the Tarai, India].
|a three-tiered crown.
|wearing a TIARA.
|a piece of cloth worn as a headdress in Louisiana.
|a hat (cockney rhyming slang from tit fer tat, a quid pro quo).
|a tropical pith helmet.
|a top hat.
|a kind of cap worn in the 16th century.
|an ornament on a hat like a twisted cord; any twisted cord.
|at St Andrews University, a trencher cap.
|a hat with three points such as was worn by American revolutionaries.
|a soft felt hat with a deeply creased crown > TRILBYS or TRILBIES. [From Trilby, by Geo. du Maurier].
|wearing a TRILBY.
|tulban tulipant turban turband turbant turbond turribant
|a man's head-dress, consisting of a length of cotton or silk wrapped round the head or a cap, worn esp. by Muslims and Sikhs.
|a knitted, cylindrical woollen cap with tapered ends that is worn with one end tucked into the other, mainly worn by French Canadians.
|wearing a turban.
|without a BEAVER or hat.
|to remove the bonnet from.
|to remove the cap from.
|to take off a cowl.
|a facing on the underside of a hat brim.
|to take off a hat.
|a short veil worn at the back of the head.
|a headdress worn by members of certain N. American Indian tribes.
|a cloth covering for head and neck worn by nuns; (verb) to wrap in a whimple.
|a low wide-brimmed soft felt hat.
|yamalka yamulka yarmulka yarmelke yarmulke
|the skullcap worn by Jewish males, esp. during prayers or ceremonial occasions. [Yiddish, from Pol yarmulka small cap]
|zucchetto zuchetta zuchetto
|a round skullcap worn by Catholic clergy to indicate rank > ZUCCHETTOS, ZUCHETTAS, ZUCHETTOS. [Ital. zuccha, gourd].