Chapeau

`Chapeau` is a French term signifying a hat or other covering for the head. In mainland European heraldry, it is used as a mark of ecclesiastical dignity, especially that of cardinals, which is called the red chapeau. It is worn over the shield by way of crest, as mitres and coronets are. A chapeau is flat, very narrow atop, but with a broad bri.....
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chapeau

(from the article `heraldry`) ...coronet, a coronet that supports the crest either instead of the wreath or in addition to it and resting upon it. This is often a ducal coronet, ...
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Chapeau

• (n.) A hat or covering for the head. • (n.) A cap of maintenance. See Maintenance.
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Chapeau

Cha`peau' noun ; plural Chapeux . [ French, from Old French chapel hat. See Chaplet .] 1. A hat or covering for the head. 2. (Her.) A cap of maintenance. See Maintenance . - - Chapeau bras [ French chapeau hat + bras
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Chapeau

French term (dt hat) for the grape skins and seeds used in the fermentation of red wine floating on the surface. See also Marc .
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