Word of the Day: GOOSECAP

ETYMOLOGY
– from goose (a foolish person) + cap (the head a1659)

EXAMPLE
“…And so will you Sonnes both, like a couple of goosecaps, (if you looke not to it) as your father did, with your own goose quil.…”

From: Martins Months Minde; that is, a certaine report, and true description of the death, and funeralls, of olde Martin Marreprelate, the great makebate of England 
– Thomas Nash, 1589

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