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caparison

caparison, noun, verb

kuh-PAR-eh-suhn

noun:
1 - a decorative covering for a horse or for the tack or harness of a horse; trappings
2 - rich and sumptuous clothing or equipment

verb:
3 - to cover with a caparison
4 - to dress richly; deck

Origin 1590 from Middle French caparasson.  Also from Old Spanish caparazon and capa (cape).

Also a Japan-based manufacturer of custom electric guitars.



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