Etymology
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cloche (n.)

type of bell-jar, 1882, from French cloche "bell, bell glass" (12c.), from Late Latin clocca "bell" (see clock (n.1)). As a type of women's hat, recorded from 1907, so called from its shape.

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Definitions of cloche

cloche (n.)
a low transparent cover put over young plants to protect them from cold;
cloche (n.)
a woman's close-fitting hat that resembles a helmet;
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