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cockade rosette, etc., worn in the hat as a badge. XVII (in cockared cap), XVIII (cockard, cockade). — F. cocarde, orig. in phr. bonnet à la coquarde cap worn assertively on one side; fem. of †coquard proud, saucy, as sb. coxcomb, f. coq COCK 1; see -ARD. The ending was assim. to -ADE.

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cockade

cock·ade / käˈkād/ • n. a rosette or knot of ribbons worn in a hat as a badge of office or party, or as part of a livery. DERIVATIVES: cock·ad·ed adj.

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cockade

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