Etymology
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chaplet (n.)

"garland or wreath for the head," late 14c., from Old French chapelet (Old North French capelet) "garland, rosary," properly "a small hat," diminutive of chape, chapeau "head-dress, hood, hat" (see chapeau).

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Definitions of chaplet

chaplet (n.)
flower arrangement consisting of a circular band of foliage or flowers for ornamental purposes;
Synonyms: wreath / garland / coronal / lei
From wordnet.princeton.edu