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Definition of Chapeau

Chapeau
Chapeau Cha`peau", n.; pl. Chapeux. [F., fr. OF. chapel hat. See Chaplet.] 1. A hat or covering for the head. 2. (Her.) A cap of maintenance. See Maintenance. Chapeau bras[F. chapeau hat + bras arm], a hat so made that it can be compressed and carried under the arm without injury. Such hats were particularly worn on dress occasions by gentlemen in the 18th century. A chapeau bras is now worn in the United States army by general and staff officers.

Meaning of Chapeau from wikipedia

- A chapeau is a flat-topped hat once worn by senior clerics. In European ecclesiastical heraldry, it is used as a mark of ecclesiastical dignity, especially...
- A chapeau is a flat-topped hat once worn by senior clerics. Chapeau may also refer to: Hat Chapeau, Allier, a commune in central France Chapeau, Quebec...
- were not being worn. A bicorne of such a style is also known as a chapeau-bras or chapeau-de-bras. The bicorne was widely worn until World War I as part...
- Chapeau! is a defunct restaurant located in Bloemendaal in the Netherlands. It was a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in the...
- An opera hat also called a chapeau claque or gibus is a top hat variant that is collapsible through a spring system, originally intended for less spacious...
- and pointed in the front like a bird's beak. In French, it is called a chapeau à bec due to this resemblance. The hat was originally worn by nobles and...
- Femme au Chapeau or Lucie au chapeau is an oil painting created circa 1906 by the French artist and theorist Jean Metzinger (1883–1956). The work is executed...
- Woman with a Hat (French: La femme au chapeau) is a painting by Henri Matisse. An oil on canvas, it depicts Matisse's wife, Amelie. It was painted in...
- up dancing again and share their craft and experience. They formed "The Chapeau Rouge Dance Project," encouraging former, retired, (and often older) dance...
- Clichy-Batignolles Parc de Belleville Parc de Bercy Parc de la Butte-du-Chapeau-Rouge Parc des Buttes Chaumont Parc Georges-Br****ens Parc Monceau Parc...