Glengarry

The glengarry bonnet is a traditional Scots cap made of thick-milled woollen material, decorated with a toorie on top, frequently a rosette cockade on the left side, and with ribbons hanging down behind. It is normally worn as part of Scottish military or civilian Highland dress, either formal or informal, as an alternative to the Balmoral bonnet ...
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glengarry

(or Glengarry bonnet) a brimless Scottish cap with a crease running down the crown, often with ribbons at the back. Named after the town of the clan chief Alasdair Ranaldson MacDonell of Glengarry (1771-1828), who invented it.
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Glengarry

[n] - a Scottish cap with straight sides and a crease along the top from front to back
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Glengarry

• Alt. of Glengarry bonnet
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Glengarry

noun a Scottish cap with straight sides and a crease along the top from front to back; worn by Highlanders as part of military dress
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Glengarry

[provincial electoral district] Glengarry was a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of Ontario, active from 1867 to 1975, which elected one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. The district roughly corresponded to the territory of Glengarry County. In the electoral redistribution of 1975, Glengarry was merged in...
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Glengarry

Glen¬∑gar'ry noun , or Glen*gar'ry bon'net [ Name of a valley in Scotland.] A kind of Highland Scotch cap for men, with straight sides and a hollow top sloping to the back, where it is parted and held together by ribbons or strings. « The long silk streamers of his Glengarry bonnet .&#...
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Glengarry

A glengarry or glengarry bonnet is a brimless Scottish, highland woollen cap with a crease down the crown, often with ribbons dangling at the back.
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Glengarry

Highlander's cap of thick-milled woolen cloth, generally rising to a point in front, with ribbons hanging down behind
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