Definition of shapka in English:

shapka

Syllabification: shap·ka
Pronunciation: /ˈSHäpkə
 
/

noun

  • A brimless Russian hat of fur or sheepskin.
    More example sentences
    • People roamed the city, adorned in wool overcoats and shapkas ranging in color from brown to black.
    • Fur shapkas, the classic winter headgear, cost from $15 for lowly rabbit to over $200 for fox.
    • The oddest thing about the shapkas is that I have never seen one with the ear flaps down.

Origin

1940s: Russian, literally 'hat'.

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