bowyangs

/ (ˈbəʊjæŋz) /

pl n

Australian and NZ history a pair of strings or straps secured round each trouser leg below the knee, worn esp by sheep-shearers and other labourers

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Word Origin for bowyangs

C19: from English dialect bowy-yanks leggings

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