coif

kveif (norwegian bokmål), kveif (norwegian nynorsk)

Nomenklatur for drakt (Norsk Institutt for Bunad og Folkedrakt) [no]

Description
Tettsittende lue. Brukt i perioden 1100–1600 i Europa. Jf. fransk coiffe 'lue'. Kilde: naob.no/ordbok/kveif [no]
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Label
coif
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kveif
Norwegian bokmål

kveif
Norwegian nynorsk

Description
Tettsittende lue. Brukt i perioden 1100–1600 i Europa. Jf. fransk coiffe 'lue'. Kilde: naob.no/ordbok/kveif
Norwegian bokmål

Tettsitjande lue. Brukt i perioden 1100–1600 i Europa. Jf. fransk coiffe 'lue'. Kjelde: naob.no/ordbok/kveif
Norwegian nynorsk

Wikipedia (via Wikidata)

Wikipedia (via Wikidata)

Wikipedia (via Wikidata)

Scope note
Close-fitting caps made in a variety of shapes and sizes and worn at various periods by men and women, sometimes surmounted by a hat or headdress.
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Category
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Norwegian bokmål

Swedish

Estonian

Norwegian nynorsk

Broader concept
English
     headgear - Name
English
          lue [no] - Name
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Related concept
Norwegian bokmål

Norwegian nynorsk