Definitions for raglanˈræg lən
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word raglan
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a loose overcoat with raglan sleeves.
Origin of raglan:
1860–65; after Lord Raglan (1788–1855), British field marshal
a garment (coat or sweater) that has raglan sleeves
An overcoat with sleeves of this type.
(Of a sleeve) Continuing in one piece up to the neck of a garment, without a shoulder seam.
(Of a garment) Having sleeves of this type.
Origin: Named after Lord Raglan (1788–1855), a British commander in the Crimean War.
a loose overcoat with large sleeves; -- named from Lord Raglan, an English general
Raglan, New Zealand
Raglan is a small beachside town located 48 km west of Hamilton, New Zealand on State Highway 23. The population was 2,637 at the 2006 New Zealand Census in 1,068 households, with a median age of 37 and median personal income of $18,900. In 2013 Raglan's population had risen by 99 people to 2,736.
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