Etymology
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tricot (n.)

knitted fabric, 1859, from French tricot "knitting, knitted work," from tricoter "to knit," of uncertain origin, probably a variant of Old French estriquer "to smooth," from a Germanic source (such as Middle Low German striken "pass over lightly").

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Definitions of tricot

tricot (n.)
a knitted fabric or one resembling knitting;
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