Definitions for balbrigganbælˈbrɪg ən
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a plain-knit cotton fabric.
Origin of balbriggan:
1855–60; after Balbriggan, town in Ireland, where first made
a cotton knit fabric used for underwear
An unbleached, knitted, cotton fabric mostly used for underwear.
Origin: From Balbriggan, a place in Ireland.
Balbriggan is a town in the northern part of Fingal in County Dublin, Ireland. The 2006 census population was 15,559 for Balbriggan and its environs.
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