Etymology
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organza (n.)

"thin, stiff, transparent dress fabric," 1820, from French organsin (1660s), and Italian organzino, a strong kind of silk thread, a word of unknown origin; perhaps from the same source as organdy.

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Definitions of organza

organza (n.)
a fabric made of silk or a silklike fabric that resembles organdy;
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