unchapleted

chaplet

[chap-lit]
noun
1.
a wreath or garland for the head.
2.
a string of beads.
3.
Roman Catholic Church.
a.
a string of beads, one-third of the length of a rosary, for counting prayers.
b.
the prayers recited over this.
4.
Architecture. a small molding carved to resemble a string of beads; astragal.
5.
Metallurgy. an object for separating the core of a mold from a wall, composed of the same metal as the casting and forming an integral part of it.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English chapelet wreath < Old French. See chapeau, -et

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chaplet (ˈtʃæplɪt)
 
n
1.  an ornamental wreath of flowers, beads, etc, worn on the head
2.  a string of beads or something similar
3.  RC Church
 a.  a string of prayer beads constituting one third of the rosary
 b.  the prayers counted on this string
4.  a narrow convex moulding in the form of a string of beads; astragal
5.  a metal support for the core in a casting mould, esp for the core of a cylindrical pipe
 
[C14: from Old French chapelet garland of roses, from chapel hat; see chapeau]
 
'chapleted
 
adj

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chaplet
late 14c., from O.Fr. chapelet (O.N.Fr. capelet), dim. of chape, chapeau "headdress, hood, hat" (see chapeau).
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