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February 28, 2019 1 min read

What is the difference between a yarmulke and a kippah?  
There is no difference. A kippah is the the Hebrew word for the Jewish male skullcap, while yarmulke is the yiddish one.
Who wears a kippah?
Jewish men and boys over the age of 3.
What is a Kippah?

Kippah (literally: dome) is the Hebrew word for skullcap, also referred to in Yiddish as a yarmulke, or less frequently as a koppel.

Jewish men are required to cover their heads as a sign of respect and reverence for G‑d. 

A kippah is a small head covering, worn at all times, by men in the traditional Jewish community. (Except when bathing)