Sherryvallies meaning

(historical) Thick loose riding-trousers, fastened on the outside of each leg.

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Origin of sherryvallies

  • From Polish szarawary (cognate with Russian шаровары ‘wide trousers’), from Greek σαράβαρα, a borrowing of Aramaic ܣܪܒܠ (sarbālā), Arabic سربال (sirbāl) ‘cloak’, ultimately from Persian سروال (sirwāl).
    From Wiktionary