ramilie\ˈraməlē\ less commonly
Definition of ramillie
: an 18th century wig with a long plait in back that is tied top and bottom with bows
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Origin and Etymology of ramillie
from Ramillies, Belgium, in commemoration of a battle in 1706 when the British defeated the French
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