ZUCCHETTO

Etymology

Noun

zucchetto (plural zucchettos)

A small skullcap worn by Roman Catholic clergy (the Pope's is white, a cardinal's red, a bishop's purple, and a priest's black), Anglican clergy, and Syriac or Malankara Orthodox clergy

Synonym: calotte

Source: Wiktionary



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