Definitions for organzaɔrˈgæn zə
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a sheer, plain-weave fabric with a crisp finish, used for evening dresses, trimmings, etc.
Origin of organza:
a fabric made of silk or a silklike fabric that resembles organdy
A thin, stiff, sheer fabric that is made from silk or a synthetic yarn, which resembles organdy, and is used in dressmaking.