larrigan

noun
lar·​ri·​gan | \ ˈler-i-gən How to pronounce larrigan (audio) , ˈla-ri-\

Definition of larrigan

: an oil-tanned moccasin with a leg often reaching the knee

First Known Use of larrigan

1886, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for larrigan

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