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Camauro: A camauro is a cap traditionally worn by the Pope of the Catholic Church.
- also known as 絨帽
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Catholic Dictionary, Revised (2002)
by Peter Stravinskas
Camauro (kuhMAUro): The red velvet cap, trimmed in ermine or white fur, worn by the Pope in place of the biretta outside of liturgical functions. By the late eighteenth century, it was ...
by Mary Brooks Picken
camauro (kāmow′rō; cah mow ro). Erminetrimmed, red velvet cap, as formerly worn by popes. c. of maintenance (mān′tәnәns; main te nance) . Lowcrowned cap having two pointed ends extending in back; often of scarlet velvet with ermine trim. Carried before English sovereigns at coronation, sometimes before mayors; formerly worn as symbol of high rank or office. Also called cap of ...
The Encyclopedia Americana (1918)
A Library of Universal Knowledge
Camauro. This is the cap belonging to the Pope and ...
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Scrabble value of C3A1M3A1U1R1O1
The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of CAMAURO
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- AU MAROC
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