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Oxford dictionary definition of the word Capuchin:
1a friar belonging to a branch of the Franciscan order that observes a strict rule drawn up in 1529.
2a cloak and hood formerly worn by women.
3 (capuchin or capuchin monkey) a South American monkey with a cap of hair on the head which has the appearance of a cowl.
Genus Cebus, family Cebidae: four species
4 (capuchin) a pigeon of a breed with head and neck feathers resembling a cowl.
late 16th century: from obsolete French, earlier form of capucin, from Italian cappuccino, from cappuccio ‘hood, cowl’, from cappa (see cape1), the friars being so named because of their sharp-pointed hoods