Word Origin & History

"a divided skirt," 1911, from Fr. cullote "breeches," a dim. of cul "bottom, backside," from L. culus. Earlier, in the singular cullote, it was used to mean "knee-breeches" (1842).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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