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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French gros-grain (coarse grain, a strong fabric), from gros (coarse) + grain (grain). Doublet of grosgrain, which was borrowed later.

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NounEdit

grogram (countable and uncountable, plural grograms)

  1. A strong fabric; a mixture of silk and wool or mohair.
    • 2001, Kikue Yamakawa, ‎Kate Wildman Nakai, Women of the Mito Domain: Recollections of Samurai Family Life:
      They had known nothing of woolen cloth, but now the popularity of obi made of imported grogram spread like wildfire. This popularity produced various stories in its wake.

Derived termsEdit

  • grog (speculatively)

Further readingEdit

  • grogram at OneLook Dictionary Search