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nounIrish English, Scottish, Northern
Coarse, homespun, undyed woollen cloth; a garment made from this.
Mid 16th century; earliest use found in David Lindsay (c1486–1555), writer and herald. Origin uncertain; perhaps from Raploch, the name of a district in Stirling, Scotland.
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