Capuchins

Capuchins, monks of the Franciscan Order, founded in 1526, so called from a cowl they wear; they were a mendicant order, and were twice over suppressed by the Pope, though they exist still in Austria and Switzerland.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Capua * Capulets
Capitol
Capitularies
Capo d'Istria, Count of
Capo d'Istria
Cappadocia
Caprara, Cardinal
Capre`ra
Capri
Caprivi, Count
Capua
Capuchins
Capulets
Capyba`ra
Caracalla
Caracas
Caracci
Caractacus
Caradoc
Caraffa
Caraglio
Caravaggio

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