Mitra which is also known as Mitre may refer to:

(1) Headband worn by women in ancient Greece;

(2) Tall Asian headdress, regarded by the Romans as effeminate when worn by men; t he ceremonial turban of a high priest;

(3) The deeply-cleft headdress worn in the Christian Church by a bishop or abbot, especially as a symbol of episcopal office, forming in outline the shape of a pointed arch, and often made of embroidered white linen or satin.

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