What is a baby hat called?
Jewish males cover their heads with a kippa and/or a hat, as a reminder of the presence of God. This practice is twice mentioned emphatically in the Talmud (Shabbat 156b; Kallah 1:16), in statements dating back 1700 and 1850 years, respectively. Even then, covering one's head is spoken of as an established practice, not something new. The Yiddish word for kippah, "yarmulkah," is a contraction of the Aramaic "yerei malkah": to be aware of the…
This can depend on what type of hat you are referring to. If you mean the safety 'hat' that is called a helmet or skull cap. If you mean the hat high level dressage riders where that's a top hat, and if you mean the rounded hat that saddleseat riders wear, that's called a derby (pronounced Darby). And of course western riders wear cowboy hats.