a long, loose, heavy overcoat, esp. one with a belt, originally made of Irish frieze
Origin of ulsterafter Ulster, where the fabric was origin, originally made
- former province of Ireland, divided in 1920, with six of its counties forming Northern Ireland & the other three forming a province of the Republic of Ireland
- province of the Republic of Ireland, in the N part: 3,093 sq mi (8,011 sq km)
- loosely Northern Ireland
A loose, long overcoat made of heavy, rugged fabric and often belted.
Origin of ulsterAfter Ulster
A historical region and ancient kingdom of northern Ireland. Largely annexed by the English Crown during the reign of James I, it is now divided between Ireland and Northern Ireland, which is often called Ulster.
- A long, loose overcoat of rough material.
Named from the Irish province of Ulster.
- (geographical) The northern province of Ireland, comprising of six Northern Irish counties and three counties in the Republic of Ireland.
- (politics) Alternate name used for the six counties that make up Northern Ireland.
- Relating to, or originating from Ulster.
- an Ulster Fry