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tou·pee

 (to͞o-pā′)
n.
1. A partial wig or hairpiece worn to cover a bald spot.
2. A curl or lock of hair worn during the 1700s as a topknot on a periwig.

[French toupet, diminutive of Old French toupe, tuft of hair, from Frankish *top.]

toupee

(ˈtuːpeɪ)
n
1. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a wig or hairpiece worn, esp by men, to cover a bald or balding place
2. (Historical Terms) (formerly) a prominent lock on a periwig, esp in the 18th century
[C18: apparently from French toupet forelock, from Old French toup top, of Germanic origin; see top1]

tou•pee

(tuˈpeɪ)

n.
1. a man's wig.
2. a patch of false hair for covering a bald spot.
3. a curl or an artificial lock of hair on the top of the head, esp. as a crowning feature of a periwig.
[1720–30; variant of toupet < French, = Old French to(u)p tuft (< Germanic; see top1) + -et -et]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toupee - a small hairpiece to cover partial baldnesstoupee - a small hairpiece to cover partial baldness
false hair, hairpiece, postiche - a covering or bunch of human or artificial hair used for disguise or adornment
Translations
خُصْلَه من شَعْر مُسْتَعارشَعْرٌ مُسْتَعار
příčesektupé
toupé
hiuslisäke
tupe
kis paróka
hárkolla
かつら
(남성용) 가발
nedidelis perukas
príčesoktupé
tupé
ผมปลอมของชาย
tóc giả

toupée

[ˈtuːpeɪ] Npeluca f, postizo m

toupee

[ˈtuːpeɪ] npostiche m

toupee

nToupet nt

toupee

[ˈtuːpeɪ] ntoupet m inv, parrucchino

toupee

(ˈtuːpei) , ((American) tu:ˈpei) noun
a small wig especially for a man.

toupee

شَعْرٌ مُسْتَعار příčesek toupé Toupet περουκίνι peluquín hiuslisäke postiche tupe parrucchino かつら (남성용) 가발 toupet tupé peruka capachinho, topete postiço накладка из волос для мужчин для прикрытия лысины tupé ผมปลอมของชาย yarım peruk tóc giả 男子假发
References in classic literature ?
When he made his final remark, he flung his night-cap to the foot of the bed, as Pope Gregory did the taper when he fulminated an excommunication; Suzanne then learned for the first time that du Bousquier wore a toupet covering his bald spot.
thought Suzanne, doing as he told her, "I'll tell about your false toupet.
Martin T, Moussay S, Bulla I, Bulla J, Toupet M, Etard O, et al.
In Harold KL [7] (2004) series, 91% patients underwent myotomy with Toupet fundoplication (laparoscopic).
Se trata de femenina de 63 anos de edad con antecedente de diagnostico de acalasia previamente tratada con miotomia de Heller (MH) con funduplicatura de Toupet 15 anos previos quien fue enviada al servicio de Cirugia General por presentar disfagia.
According to L'Oreal, this year's selection jury included Nicolas Hieronimus, president, selective divisions at L'Oreal; Jerome Tixier, EVP-human resources, L'Oreal; Lubomira Rochet, chief digital officer, L'Oreal; Brigitte Liberman, worldwide president, active cosmetics division, L'Oreal; Laetitia Toupet, La Roche-Posay international brand director, L'Oreal and Guive Balooch, global VP-R&I tech incubator at L'Oreal.
Bessot N, Denise P, Toupet M, Van Nechel C, Chavoix C, 2012, Interference between walking and a cognitive task is increased in patients with bilateral vestibular loss.
Therefore, Toupet (posterior 270 degrees) or Dor (anterior 180 degrees) fundoplication are more commonly used, the latter providing cover to the myotomy and thus potentially protecting any unidentified mucosal breach (45).
The June bracelet by French jewellery designer Camille Toupet is feminine and flattering, while also practical.