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bangle

[ bang-guhl ]
/ ˈbæŋ gəl /
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noun
a rigid, ring-shaped bracelet usually made without a clasp so as to slip over the hand, but sometimes having a hinged opening and a clasp.
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Origin of bangle

1780–90; <Hindi banglī, variant of bangrī glass ring, armlet

OTHER WORDS FROM bangle

bangled, adjectiveun·ban·gled, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for bangle

bangle
/ (ˈbæŋɡəl) /

noun
a bracelet, usually without a clasp, often worn high up round the arm or sometimes round the ankle
a disc or charm hanging from a bracelet, necklace, etc

Word Origin for bangle

C19: from Hindi bangrī
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