When was the coif hat invented?


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2011-09-14 10:04:26
2011-09-14 10:04:26

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Coif was invented approximately 100 years ago, around the same time as the hair style a bob! =D

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The most common meanings of coif are a hair style and a tightfitting cap.

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Boys and girls under the age of seven wore a long dress. The boys wore a hat called a biggin that tied under their chin. The girls wore a small hat called a coif. They pulled all of their hair up into the coif. They wore leather shoes that were both cut the same. There was no right or left shoe. After the age of seven they were the same style of clothing as the adults.

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COIF[kaif]I. 1. прилепнала шапчица (на монахиня и пр.), кепе2. ам. coiffureII. 1. покривам с/слагам шапчица (на)2. сресвам (коса), правя прическа

a Coif, which is an old style of cap.

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A coif is basically a kind of close-fitting cap, like a skullcap. The term can also be used for a kind of combination helmet/neck protector piece of armor.

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A white coif is the what a Catholic nun's headdress is called. The black veil is worn over the coif. Catholic Answer Most Catholic nuns wear a veil, under the veil is usually a wimple and/or coif, and perhaps an underveil. Some sisters wear a coronet, and some sisters wear a bonnet.

From the Old French, the verb "coif" (kwaff) means to arrange hair, as seen in the word coiffure (hairdo). The noun "coif" is a skullcap or tight-fitting cap, such as worn by nuns.

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