Tricot meaning

trēkō
A lightweight knit fabric, often of nylon, used especially for underwear.
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A thin fabric of polyester, nylon, etc., used esp. for underwear.
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A type of ribbed cloth for dresses.
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Origin of tricot

  • French from tricoter to knit from Old French to beat, run from tricote short thick stick diminutive of estrique, trique stick for leveling measures of grain from estriquier to strike off of Germanic origin streig- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From the French verb tricoter, "to knit"

    From Wiktionary