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Peekie bonnet/Peekie Source: SND
A broad, flat, knitted cap of blue, black or red wool, formerly the traditional headgear of the Scottish peasant, and still worn, in a modified form and colour, by Scottish infantry regiments and freq. by curlers.
Rinker Source: SND
A round woollen cap of the type worn by curlers, a “tammy”.
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