• Any of several styles of small, usually brimless, close-fitting hats.
  • A hat, usually white, having a tall pleated crown and no brim and traditionally worn by chefs.
  • None
  • See <internalXref urlencoded="toboggan-cap">toboggan-cap</internalXref>.
  • A head-covering formerly worn by men and women—a diminished form of the hat with turned-up brim.
  • A small bonnet in the shape of a round, close-fitting crown without a projecting brim, worn by women in the nineteenth century.
  • The bonnet-macaque, <em>Macacus sinensis</em>, so called from the arrangement of the hairs of the head into a kind of toque or cap; also, some similar monkey, as <em>M. pileolatus</em> of Ceylon. See cut under <internalXref urlencoded="bonnet-macaque">bonnet-macaque</internalXref>.
  • A small nominal money of account, used in trading on some parts of the west coast of Africa.
  • A kind of cap worn in the 16th century, and copied in modern fashions; -- called also <altname>toquet</altname>.
  • A variety of the bonnet monkey.
  • A <xref>knitted</xref> <xref>hat</xref>, usually <xref>conical</xref> but of varying shape, often <xref>woollen</xref>, and sometimes topped by a <xref>pom-pom</xref> or <xref>tassel</xref>.
  • A type of <xref>hat</xref> with no <xref>brim</xref>.
  • A <xref>tall</xref> <xref>white</xref> <xref>hat</xref> with no <xref>brim</xref> of the sort <xref>worn</xref> by <xref>chefs</xref>
  • A <xref>chef</xref>.
  • A variety of <xref>bonnet monkey</xref>.
  • a small round woman's hat
  • a tall white hat with a pouched crown; worn by chefs
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