Peruke

• (n.) A wig; a periwig. • (v. t.) To dress with a peruke.
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Peruke

Per'uke noun [ French perruque , Italian perrucca , parrucca , from Latin pilus hair. Confer Periwig , Wig , Peel to strip off, Plush , Pile a hair.] A wig; a periwig.
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Peruke

Per'uke transitive verb To dress with a peruke. [ R.]
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peruke

a frilly wig
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peruke

man`s wig, especially the type popular from the 17th to the early 19th century. It was made of long hair, often with curls on the sides, and drawn ... [2 related articles]
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Peruke

Peruke was a 16th century term for hair on the head, the term false peruke being applied to a wig. Later, the term peruke was applied to a wig in general, and from peruke developed the term periwig which in turn developed into wig.
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