jodhpur

[ jod-per ]
/ ˈdʒɒd pər /

noun

jodhpurs, (used with a plural verb) riding breeches cut very full over the hips and tapering at the knees to become tightfitting from the knees to the ankles.
Also called jodhpur shoe, jodhpur boot . an ankle-high shoe for wearing with such breeches, having a strap that encircles the ankle and buckles on the side.Compare chukka boot.

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Origin of jodhpur

First recorded in 1895–1900; after Jodhpur

Definition for jodhpur (2 of 2)

Jodhpur
[ jod-per; locally johd-poor ]
/ ˈdʒɒd pər; locally ˈdʒoʊd pʊər /

noun

Also called Marwar. a former state in NW India, now in Rajasthan.
a city in central Rajasthan, in NW India.
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British Dictionary definitions for jodhpur

Jodhpur
/ (ˌdʒɒdˈpʊə) /

noun

a former state of NW India, one of the W Rajputana states: now part of Rajasthan
a walled city in NW India, in W Rajasthan: university (1962). Pop: 846 408 (2001)
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