Definition of galligaskins
1 a : loose wide hose or breeches worn in the 16th and 17th centuries b : very loose trousers
2 dial chiefly British : leggings
Origin and Etymology of galligaskins
probably modification of Middle French garguesques, from Old Spanish gregüescos, from griego Greek, from Latin Graecus
First Known Use: 1577
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