raglan

[ rag-luhn ]
/ ˈræg lən /

noun

a loose overcoat with raglan sleeves.

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Origin of raglan

1860–65; after Lord Raglan (1788–1855), British field marshal
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British Dictionary definitions for raglan (1 of 2)

raglan
/ (ˈræɡlən) /

noun

a coat with sleeves that continue to the collar instead of having armhole seams

adjective

cut in this designa raglan sleeve

Word Origin for raglan

C19: named after Lord Raglan

British Dictionary definitions for raglan (2 of 2)

Raglan
/ (ˈræɡlən) /

noun

Fitzroy James Henry Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan. 1788–1855, British field marshal, diplomatist, politician, and protégé of Wellington: commanded British troops (1854–55) in the Crimean War
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