Of the chapeaux upon which crests are represented in the early Garter plates the following facts may be observed.
Now what do you say: I have two chapeaux d'uniforme, if you please!
Their swords and chapeaux, which they had thrown under a tree, formed such a picturesque heap!
However, it is only just to say that the chapeaux of Joseph Thorndyke were unique.
John,” said the woman with nine chapeaux, “I got another new hat to-day.
1520s, from Middle French chapeau (Old French capel, 12c.) "hat," from Vulgar Latin *cappellus, from Late Latin capellum (also source of Italian cappello, Spanish capelo, Portuguese chapeo), diminutive of cappa (see cap (n.)).