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 (hăv′lŏk′, -lək)
A cloth covering for a cap, having a flap to cover and protect the back of the neck.

[After Sir Henry Havelock (1795-1857), British soldier.]


(Clothing & Fashion) a light-coloured cover for a service cap with a flap extending over the back of the neck to protect the head and neck from the sun
[C19: named after Sir H. Havelock (1795–1857), English general in India]


(ˈhæv lɒk)

a cap cover with a flap hanging over the back of the neck for protection from the sun.
[1860–65, Amer.; after Sir Henry Havelock (1795–1857), English general in India]
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Noun1.havelock - a cloth covering for a service cap with a flap extending over the back of the neck to protect the neck from direct rays of the sun
cloth covering - a covering made of cloth
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