What does cardigan mean?
Definitions for cardigan
ˈkɑr dɪ gəncardi·gan
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knitted jacket that is fastened up the front with buttons or a zipper
Cardigan, Cardigan Welsh corginoun
slightly bowlegged variety of corgi having rounded ears and a long tail
A type of sweater or jumper that fastens up the front with buttons or a zipper, usually machine- or hand-knitted from wool.
A town in Wales.
Etymology: Named after British military commander James Thomas Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan
Cardigan is a town in the county of Ceredigion in Mid Wales. It lies on the estuary of the River Teifi, at the point where Ceredigion meets Pembrokeshire. It was the county town of the pre-1974 county of Cardiganshire.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kar′de-gan, n. a knitted woollen jacket, named from the Crimean hero, the Earl of Cardigan (1797-1868).
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
A town in Cardiganshire, Wales. It was an important town about the Norman conquest, and the Normans were frequently defeated before mastering it. The town suffered much in the struggles between the Welsh and the Normans.
An item of clothing.
Many people have a cardigan.
Submitted by MaryC on February 29, 2020
Etymology and Origins
After Ceredog, a famous chieftain.
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The numerical value of cardigan in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of cardigan in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of cardigan in a Sentence
That must have been an important cardigan is what I was thinking.
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I was surprised by how many people look up what Elaine Chao's wearing and come in to shop. I think Elaine Chao must have every color cardigan and blazer we make.
Yoga pants and a sports bra with a long-sleeved but loose-fitting shirt and a cardigan for layering.
I defy you to find another cowboy wearing a cardigan sweater.
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- càrdiganCatalan, Valencian
- cárdigan, rebeca, chaqueta de puntoSpanish
- cardigan, vesteFrench
- ジレー, カーディガンJapanese
- éénéézNavajo, Navaho
- cardigã, cardiganPortuguese
- кардиган, кофтаRussian
- cardigan, koftaSwedish
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