Definition of pollera
: a Latin-American fiesta costume usually heavily embroidered and very full in the skirt
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Origin and Etymology of pollera
American Spanish, from Spanish, baby walker, chicken coop, from pollo chicken, from Latin pullus young fowl, young of an animal
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