Definition of bord Alexander
: a striped silk of the 14th to 16th centuries : alexander
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Origin and Etymology of bord alexander
alteration (influenced by the name Alexander) of Middle English borde alisaundre, perhaps from Middle French bourde, a cloth + Middle English Alisaundre Alexander or Alisaundre Alexandria
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