A sheer fabric woven of silk or cotton and wool.
A gauzy cloth of silk and wool, or cotton and wool, used for veils, dresses, etc.
A sheer fabric woven of silk or cotton and wool, used for women's apparel.
Origin of barege
- French barège after Barèges , a town in France
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From French. Originally made in BarÃ¨ges, France