a. An impulsive change of mind.
b. An inclination to change one's mind impulsively.
c. A sudden, unpredictable action, change, or series of actions or changes: A hailstorm in July is a caprice of nature.
2. Music A capriccio.
[French, from Italian capriccio, from caporiccio, fright, sudden start : capo, head (from Latin caput; see kaput- in Indo-European roots) +riccio, curly (from Latin ēricius, hedgehog, from ēr).]
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I decided to write the blog about my Domme name. No, Caprice Fellini isn't my REAL name, I took this name almost four years ago when I started working as a Pro Domme. I chose it because it is very much a word that describes me and it is rather pretty.
I am an impulsive person-- I feel I can be impulsive and unpredictable as a Mistress to keep my subs guessing what I will do next. I do like to set a structure, but if I want to keep a slave on his toes. I must not let it put their guard down...besides its fun watching someone jump through hoops for you. My mood has a lot to do with it, I have also been described as abrasive, difficult, demanding, and mean--but I wear Caprice with pride, since it is also the most playful.