Definition of ragg
: a yarn formed of two strands of dyed wool and one strand of undyed wool often combined with other fibers (such as nylon)
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Origin and Etymology of ragg
probably from Norwegian ragg- (in raggsokk heavy sock made of coarse wool), from ragg thick, shaggy hair, from Old Norse rögg tuft, shagginess — more at rug
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