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mozzetta

Saltos de línea: moz|zetta
Pronunciación: /məʊˈzɛtə
 
, məʊˈtsɛtə/
(also mozetta)

Definición de mozzetta en inglés:

sustantivo (plural mozzette)

A short cape with a hood, worn by the Pope, cardinals, and some other ecclesiastics.
Example sentences
  • No other prelate wears elaborately embroidered stoles over the mozetta as a normal part of choir dress.
  • Boys and girls wear a long white tunic with a coloured mozzetta on top to distinguish the various groups.
  • The mozzetta is the same color as the cassock, and is usually worn only by cardinals and bishops.

Origen

late 18th century: Italian, shortened form of almozzetta, from medieval Latin almucia 'amice' + the diminutive suffix -etta.

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