raglan

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noun rag·lan \ ˈra-glən \

Definition of raglan

:a loose overcoat with raglan sleeves

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Origin and Etymology of raglan

French J. H. Somerset, Baron Raglan †1855 British field marshal


Raglan

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biographical name Rag·lan \ ˈra-glən \

Definition of Raglan

1st Baron 1788–1855 FitzRoy James Henry Somerset British field marshal

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