a representation of a low-crowned hat with a turned-up brim, usually of a different tincture, used either as a charge or as part of a crest.
a cap depicted within a representation of a crown or coronet.
noun (pl) -peaux (-pəʊ; -pəʊz; French) (-po), -peaus
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.)).
a private or subordinate place of prayer or worship; oratory. a separately dedicated part of a church, or a small independent churchlike edifice, devoted to special services. a room or building for worship in an institution, palace, etc. (in Great Britain) a place of worship for members of various dissenting Protestant churches, as Baptists or […]
a medieval open helmet, often having a broad brim for deflecting blows from above.
a chapel in a remote part of a large parish, in which Mass is celebrated. noun a church built to accommodate those living at a distance from the parish church
a city in central North Carolina. Town in central North Carolina. Note: Seat of the University of North Carolina and a center of research.