causson
Cavesson Cav"es*son, Cavezon Cav"e*zon, n. [F. cave[,c]on, augm. fr. LL. capitium a head covering hood, fr. L. caput head. Cf. {Caberzon}.] (Man.) A kind of noseband used in breaking and training horses. [Written also {caveson}, {causson}.] --White. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • caveson — Cavesson Cav es*son, Cavezon Cav e*zon, n. [F. cave[,c]on, augm. fr. LL. capitium a head covering hood, fr. L. caput head. Cf. {Caberzon}.] (Man.) A kind of noseband used in breaking and training horses. [Written also {caveson}, {causson}.] White …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cavesson — Cav es*son, Cavezon Cav e*zon, n. [F. cave[,c]on, augm. fr. LL. capitium a head covering hood, fr. L. caput head. Cf. {Caberzon}.] (Man.) A kind of noseband used in breaking and training horses. [Written also {caveson}, {causson}.] White. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cavezon — Cavesson Cav es*son, Cavezon Cav e*zon, n. [F. cave[,c]on, augm. fr. LL. capitium a head covering hood, fr. L. caput head. Cf. {Caberzon}.] (Man.) A kind of noseband used in breaking and training horses. [Written also {caveson}, {causson}.] White …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Carfantain — Carfantin, ou encore Carfantain, est une ancienne commune d Ille et Vilaine située au sud est de Dol de Bretagne, sur la route de Combourg (D795). Le nom de Carfantin vient du Breton Kerfeunten qui signifie le village de la fontaine. Initialement …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Carfantin — Carfantain Carfantin, ou encore Carfantain, se situe au Sud Est de Dol de Bretagne, sur la route de Combourg (D795). Le nom de Carfantin vient du Breton Kerfeunten qui signifie le village de la fontaine. Initialement commune indépendante,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Chambord [1] — Chambord (spr. Schangbor), Dorf im Arrondissement Blois des französischen Departements Loire u. Cher; auf einer Insel des Cosson (Causson); 450 Ew.; dabei großer königlicher Park (umgeben von einer Mauer von 8 Stunden), mit Schloß (worin 440… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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