dreadlocks

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Jamaican Creole dreadlocks. Compound of dread +‎ locks, in reference to the dread or awe of God.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈdɹɛdlɒks/
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Noun[edit]

dreadlocks pl (normally plural, singular dreadlock)

  1. A hairstyle worn by Rastafarians and others in which the hair is left to grow into long matted strings.

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Dutch[edit]

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dreadlocks

  1. plural of dreadlock

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dreadlocks m

  1. plural of dreadlock