Tam o Shanter
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Tam o` Shanter
[poem] "Tam o` Shanter" is a poem written by the Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1790. First published in 1791, it is one of Burns`s longer poems, and employs a mixture of Scots and English. It tells the story of a man who stayed too long at a public house and witnessed a disturbing vision on ...
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Tam o` Shanter
[cap] Tam o` Shanter (often abbreviated TOS or Tam) is a 19th century nickname for the traditional Scottish bonnet worn by men. It is named after Tam o` Shanter, the eponymous hero of the poem by Robert Burns. Taking the form of the brimless, bonnet cap that began to be worn throughout north...
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(from the article `Burns, Robert`) ...He regarded his work as service to Scotland and quixotically refused payment. The only poem he wrote after his Edinburgh visit that showed a ... ...Robert Burns. There is a museum alongside the thatched cottage where he was born in 1759 and a memorial built in 1...
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Tam O. Shanter
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Beret with close-fitting headband, usually trimmed with a pompon.
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• (n.) A kind of Scotch cap of wool, worsted, or the like, having a round, flattish top much wider than the band which fits the head, and usually having a tassel in the center.
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A tam-o-shanter is a round woollen or cloth cap with a flat baggy top much wider than the head band, similar to a beret but fuller. It is named after the hero of Burn's poem 'Tam o'Shanter'.
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Tam`-o'-shan'ter noun [ So named after Tam o'Shanter , a character in Burns's poem of the same name.] A kind of Scotch cap of wool, worsted, or the like, having a round, flattish top much wider than the band which fits the head, and usually having a ...
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1) Cap with a pompom 2) Scottish cap
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1) Gong worn on the head?
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