Definition of jodhpur
1 jodhpurs plural : riding breeches cut full through the hips and close-fitting from knee to ankle
2 : an ankle-high boot fastened with a strap that is buckled at the side —called also jodhpur boot
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These days, even the male equestrians, surely the most fully attired of all Olympians, favor skintight breeches over the flapping jodhpurs of yesteryear.
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Origin and Etymology of jodhpur
First Known Use: 1899See Words from the same year
Definition of Jodhpur
1 or Marwarplay \ˈmär-ˌwär\ former state of northwestern India bordering on the Thar Desert and the Rann of Kachchh, since 1949 part of the state of Rajasthan
2 city in the state of Rajasthan, northwestern India population 1,138,000 ◆The city of Jodhpur served as the capital of the former state of Jodhpur.
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