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chape

 (chāp, chăp)
n.
A metal tip or mounting on a scabbard or sheath.

[Middle English, from Old French, hood, head covering, from Late Latin cappa, hooded cloak.]

chape

(tʃeɪp)
n
1. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a metal tip or trimming for a scabbard
2. (Clothing & Fashion) the metal tongue of a buckle
[C14: from Old French: hood, metal cover, from Late Latin cappa cap]
ˈchapeless adj

chape

(tʃeɪp)

n.
the lowermost terminal mount of a scabbard.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French: (metal) covering < Late Latin cappa; see cap1, cape1]
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Pool pushed forward and were caught out as Lee Chape finished coolly to double the lead.
The workshop was arranged by Zenaida Chape, assistant director, MTA Office of Civil Rights.
Bronze: Bracelet pieces, rings, pins or nails, bugle-shaped fitting, socketed axes, gouges, knife or rapier, razor, spearhead blade, chape, alloy ingot, pottery sherds.