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organza

[ awr-gan-zuh ]
/ ɔrˈgæn zə /
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noun, plural or·gan·zas.
a sheer rayon, nylon, or silk fabric constructed in plain weave and with a crisp finish, used in the manufacture of evening dresses, trimmings, etc.
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Origin of organza

First recorded in 1810–20; origin uncertain
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British Dictionary definitions for organza

organza
/ (ɔːˈɡænzə) /

noun
a thin stiff fabric of silk, cotton, nylon, rayon, etc

Word Origin for organza

C20: perhaps related to organzine
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