Also spelt Tuque. (incorrectly
A most wonderful kind of headgear
-ian for "winter hat". Most often of the knit
ted variety, although polyester
and other synthetics
are also popular. Much better when attached to a pompom
. Touques are made popular by those cold Canadian winters
From the french
word toque; the two should not be confused. Toques are mere beanies
; touques are full on head-warming salvation.
A woman's small
, brimless, close-fitting hat
A plumed velvet cap with a full crown
and small rolled brim, worn in 16th-century France.
toque is derived
from the spanish