periwig

[n] - wig for men fashionable in 17th-18th centuries
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Periwig

Per'i·wig noun [ Middle English perrwige , perwicke , corrupt. from French perruque ; confer OD. peruyk , from French. See Peruke , and confer Wig .] A headdress of false hair, usually covering the whole head, and representing the natural hair; a wig. Sha...
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Periwig

Per'i·wig transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Perwigged ; present participle & verbal noun Perwigging .] To dress with a periwig, or with false hair. Swift.
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periwig

peruke noun a wig for men that was fashionable in the 17th and 18th centuries
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Periwig

• (v. t.) To dress with a periwig, or with false hair. • (n.) A headdress of false hair, usually covering the whole head, and representing the natural hair; a wig.
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periwig

periwig, periwigged A wig or peruke [a wig, especially one worn by men in the 17th and 18th century]. It should be noticed that this peri- prefix is not related to the Greek peri- elements listed in this section. It is discussed here in order to clarify its origin and to clear up any confusion that may exist about its connection to the Greek prefi...
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