The proper name for a warm winter hat, traditionally knitted but now available in numerous materials
It was cold out so I wore my toque but some window-licking, seat biter formerly from Indy - now living in Texas - calls them beanies (he is slow, leave him be)
by Toque not beanie September 14, 2007
Noun. A name for a knitted hat that one would wear during the winter. Americans call it a beanie . It was originally knitted but now is made out of many different kinds of materials. They are used to keep your head and ears warm during the winter in Canada. Now, though, they are worn all year long. Part of a style of clothing. There are many different designs. Some only cover the top of your ears, some have large flaps down to cover your ears, some sit back on your head and are loose, etc. Toque is a french word.
Sick toque bro, don't lose it when we go boarding!
by M=M December 30, 2010