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Definition of Caboched

Caboched
Caboched Ca*boched", a. [F. caboche head. Cf. lst Cabbage.] (Her.) Showing the full face, but nothing of the neck; -- said of the head of a beast in armorial bearing. [Written also caboshed.]

Meaning of Caboched from wikipedia

- In heraldry, cabossed, or caboched, is a term used where the head of a beast is cut off behind the ears, by a section parallel to the face; or by a perpendicular...
- Simon Lecoustellier, called Caboche, a skinner of the Paris Boucherie, pla**** an important part in the Cabochien Revolt of 1413. He had relations with...
- A cabochon (/ˈkæbəˌʃɒn/, from Middle French caboche "head") is a gemstone which has been shaped and polished as opposed to faceted. The resulting form...
- slang portmanteau alboche, itself derived from Allemand ("German") and caboche ("head" or "cabbage"). The alternative spellings "Bosch" or "Bosche" are...
- United States; United Kingdom German people Shortened from the French term caboche dure, meaning "hard head" or "stubborn"). Boeotian Athenians Boeotian Gr****...
- alboche, which in turn is a blend of allemand (French for German) and caboche (slang for 'head'). Used mainly during the First and Second World Wars...
- meaning "head". The late Middle English word cabbage derives from the word caboche ("head"), from the Picard dialect of Old French. This in turn is a variant...
- Michel Caboche (born 1946), is a French biologist, Director of Research at Institut national de la recherche agronomique (INRA), member of the French...
- English < Norman = French cabbage < caboche = chou, caboche candle < caundèle = chandelle castle < caste(-l) = château cauldron < caudron = chaudron causeway...
- after their commander, a butcher named Simon Lecoustellier, known as Simon Caboche. This group had its origins among butchers of the Grande Boucherie de Paris...
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