Sinônimos de Hats
Akubra (Australian, trademark)a brand of Australian hat anadem (poetic)babushkaBalaclava helmet or Balaclavaa close-fitting woollen hood that covers the ears and neck, as originally worn by soldiers in the Crimean War Balmoral or bluebonneta Scottish brimless hat traditionally of dark blue wool with a cockade and plume on one side bandanna or bandanabandeaubarreta small flat cap resembling a biretta baseball capbasinet or bascineta close-fitting medieval helmet of light steel usually with a visor beanie or beanya round close-fitting hat resembling a skullcap bearskina tall helmet of black fur worn by certain regiments in the British Army beavera tall hat of beaver fur or a fabric resembling it, worn, esp by men, during the 19th century beretbillycock mainly British, rare)any of several round-crowned brimmed hats of felt, such as the bowler biretta or berrettablackcap(formerly) the cap worn by a judge when passing a death sentencebluebonnet or bluecapa broad, flat cap of blue woolen cloth, formerly worn in Scotland boatera stiff straw hat with a straight brim and flat crown bonnetany of various hats worn, esp formerly, by women and girls, usually framing the face and tied with ribbons under the chin bowler or (U.S. & Canad.) derbya stiff felt hat with a rounded crown and narrow curved brim broadbrima broad-brimmed hat, esp one worn by the Quakers in the 17th century busbya tall fur helmet with a bag hanging from the top to the right side, worn by certain soldiers, usually hussars, as in the British Army calash or calechea woman's folding hooped hood worn in the 18th century calottea skullcap worn by Roman Catholic clergy calpac, calpack, or kalpaka large black brimless hat made of sheepskin or felt, worn by men in parts of the Near East capuche or capoucha large hood or cowl, esp that worn by Capuchin friars castora hat made of beaver or similar fur chapletcheese cuttercircletclochea woman's almost brimless close-fitting hat, typical of the 1920s and 1930s cloth capcocked hata hat with opposing brims turned up and caught together in order to give two points (bicorn) or three points (tricorn) coifa close-fitting cap worn under a veil, worn in the Middle Ages by many women but now only by nuns commodea woman's high-tiered headdress of lace, worn in the late 17th century coonskincornetthe large white headdress of some nuns coronetany small crown, esp one worn by princes or peers as a mark of rank cossack hata warm brimless hat of fur or sheepskin crash helmeta padded helmet worn for motorcycling, flying, bobsleighing, etc, to protect the head in a crash crownan ornamental headdress denoting sovereignty, usually made of gold embedded with precious stones curch or curchefdeerstalkera hat, peaked in front and behind, with earflaps usually turned up and tied together on the top diadema royal crown, esp a light jewelled circlet Dolly Vardena woman's large-brimmed hat trimmed with flowers dunce capa conical paper hat, formerly placed on the head of a dull child at school earmuffone of a pair of pads of fur or cloth, joined by a headband, for keeping the ears warm fascinator (rare)fedoraa soft felt or velvet medium-brimmed hat, usually with a band fezflat capan Elizabethan man's hat with a narrow down-turned brim fool's capa hood or cap with bells or tassels, worn by court jesters forage capfrontlet or frontala small decorative loop worn on a woman's forehead, projecting from under her headdress, in the 15th century Gandhi capglengarrya brimless Scottish woollen cap with a crease down the crown, often with ribbons dangling at the back hard hata hat made of a hard material for protection, worn esp by construction workers, equestrians, etc havelockheadbandheaddressheaume(in the 12th and 13th centuries) a large helmet reaching and supported by the shoulders helmeta piece of protective or defensive armour for the head worn by soldiers, policemen, firemen, divers, etchomburga man's hat of soft felt with a dented crown and a stiff upturned brim hoodJuliet capkeffiyeh, kaffiyeh, or kufiyaha cotton headdress worn by Arabs kepilaurelsleghorna type of Italian wheat straw that is woven into hats liberty caplum-hat (Scottish)a top hat mitrethe liturgical headdress of a bishop or abbot, in most western churches consisting of a tall pointed cleft cap with two bands hanging down at the back mobcap or moba woman's large cotton cap with a pouched crown and usually a frill, worn esp during the 18th century monteromoriona 16th-century helmet with a brim and wide comb mortarboard, trencher, or trencher capmutchnightcapopera hat or gibusa collapsible top hat operated by a spring Panama hata hat made of the plaited leaves of the jipijapa plant of Central and South America paper hatpeaked cappetasusa broad-brimmed hat worn by the ancient Greeks, such as one with wings on either side as traditionally worn by Mercury Phrygian cappicture hata decorated hat with a very wide brim, esp as worn by women in paintings by Gainsborough and Reynolds pillboxa small round hat, now worn esp by women pinnerpith helmet, topee, or topia lightweight hat made of pith that protects the wearer from the sun poke or poke bonneta woman's bonnet with a brim that projects at the front, popular in the 18th and 19th centuries porkpie hata hat with a round flat crown and a brim that can be turned up or down sailor hata hat with a flat round crown and fairly broad brim that is rolled upwards sallet, salet, or saladea light round helmet extending over the back of the neck; replaced the basinet in the 15th century shako or shackoa tall usually cylindrical military headdress, having a plume and often a peak, popular esp in the 19th century shovel hata black felt hat worn by some clergymen, with a brim rolled up to resemble a shovel in shape shower capsilk hata man's top hat covered with silk skullcapa rounded brimless hat fitting the crown of the head slouch hatany soft hat with a brim that can be pulled down over the ears, esp an Australian army hat with the left side of the brim turned up snooda pouchlike hat, often of net, loosely holding a woman's hair at the back sombreroa felt or straw hat with a wide brim, as worn by men in Mexico songkok(in Malaysia and Indonesia) a kind of oval brimless hat sou'wester or nor'westera waterproof hat having a very broad rim behind, worn esp by seamen stetsonstocking capstovepipea man's tall silk hat straw hatsunbonneta hat that shades the face and neck from the sun, esp one made of cotton with a projecting brim now worn esp by babies sunhata hat that shades the face and neck from the sun tajtam-o'-shanter or tammy (Scottish)tarboosh, tarbouche or tarbusha felt or cloth brimless cap resembling the fez, usually red and often with a silk tassel, worn alone or as part of a turban by Muslim men tarpaulin,a hat of or covered with this fabric, esp a sailor's hat ten-gallon hat(in the US and Canada) a cowboy's broad-brimmed felt hat with a very high crown tiaraa woman's semicircular jewelled headdress for formal occasions tin hat (informal)a steel helmet worn by military personnel for protection against small metal fragments tricorn or tricornea cocked hat with opposing brims turned back and caught in three places toorie or tourie (Scottish)a tassel or bobble on a bonnet top hata man's hat with a tall cylindrical crown and narrow brim, often made of silk, now worn for some formal occasions topper (informal)toquea woman's small round brimless hat, popular esp in Edwardian times tricorna cocked hat with opposing brims turned back and caught in three places trilbya man's soft felt hat with an indented crown tuquea close-fitting knitted hat often with a tassel or pompom turbana woman's brimless hat resembling this veila piece of more or less transparent material, usually attached to a hat or headdress, used to conceal or protect a woman's face and head visor or vizora transparent flap on a helmet that can be pulled down to protect the face watch capwimpleyarmulkea skullcap worn by orthodox male Jews at all times, and by others during prayer ▷ See hat
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