Glengarry

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Glengarry, a valley in northern Scotland.

Noun[edit]

Glengarry (plural Glengarries)

  1. a brimless cap, longer than wider and creased lengthwise across the top, often with ribbons trailing behind, and frequently worn with the Scottish kilt.
    • 1913, Hall Caine, The woman thou gavest me
      There was old Tommy with his back to the dining-room door, his Glengarry awry on his tousled head, and his bandy legs stretched firmly apart.

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