Lappet

Caterpillar species. Latin name: Gastropacha quercifolia Hawthorn, blackthorn, buckthorn, sallow, plum and apple Description: Grey, dark blue segmental divisions, orangish fringe of hair above the legs along the body. Widespread

lappet

[n] - a small lap on a garment or headdress 2. [n] - medium-sized hairy moths
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Lappet

Lap'pet noun [ Dim. of lap a fold.] A small decorative fold or flap, esp. of lace or muslin, in a garment or headdress. Swift. Lappet moth (Zoology) , one of several species of bombycid moths, which have stout, hairy caterpillars, flat beneath. Two common American speci...
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Lappet

Lap'pet transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lappeted ; present participle & verbal noun Lappeting .] To decorate with, or as with, a lappet. [ R.] Landor.
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lappet

A small decorative fold or flap, especially, of lace or muslin, in a garment or headdress. ... <zoology> Lappet moth, one of several species of bombycid moths, which have stout, hairy caterpillars, flat beneath. Two common American species (Gastropacha Americana, and Tolype velleda) feed upon the apple tree. ... Origin: Dim. Of lap a fold. .....
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lappet

lappet moth noun medium-sized hairy moths; larvae are lappet caterpillars
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Lappet

• (n.) A small decorative fold or flap, esp, of lace or muslin, in a garment or headdress. • (v. t.) To decorate with, or as with, a lappet.
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lappet

any member of the insect genus Tolype of the Lasiocampidae family of moths (order Lepidoptera). The genus includes the eggars, named for their ...
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Lappet

A lappet is a decorative flap or fold in a ceremonial headdress or garment. They were a feature of women`s headgear until the early 20th century. They remain strongly associated with religion. A bishop`s mitre has two lappets (infulæ) sewn to the back of it. The most famous usage of lappets occurs on the Papal Tiara. Lappets also feature on som.....
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lappet

fold or flap on a garment or headdress worn by priest
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