A Lackadaisical Lexicon for Laggard Logophiles
CHEVELURE
[noun] 
a head of hair.
Etymology: French, from Old French chevelëure, from Late Latin capillatura, from Latin capillatus - having long hair, from capillus - hair.
[Pawel Kuczynski]

CHEVELURE

[noun]

a head of hair.

Etymology: French, from Old French chevelëure, from Late Latin capillatura, from Latin capillatus - having long hair, from capillus - hair.

[Pawel Kuczynski]

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