Argyle

Argyle kann bedeuten:

Argyle (Muster): Ein Argyle-Muster besteht aus rautenförmigen Blöcken vor farbigem Hintergrund, bei der oft auch gekreuzte Streifen in einer Kontrastfarbe vorkommen. Überlappende Motive führen zu einem dreidimensionalen Aussehen. Das Muster hat seine Wurzeln in der schottischen Kultur.


Argyle bezeichnet Orte:

in Australien:

  • Argyle (Australien)

in Kanada:

  • Argyle (Manitoba)
  • Argyle (New Brunswick)
  • Argyle (Guysborough County), Nova Scotia
  • Argyle (Yarmouth County), Nova Scotia
  • Argyle (Ontario)

in den Vereinigten Staaten:

  • Argyle (Florida)
  • Argyle (Georgia)
  • Argyle (Winnebago County, Illinois)
  • Argyle (Boone County, Illinois)
  • Argyle (Iowa)
  • Argyle (Kentucky)
  • Argyle (Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana)
  • Argyle (Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana)
  • Argyle (Michigan)
  • Argyle (Minnesota)
  • Argyle (Missouri)
  • Argyle (Town, New York)
  • Argyle (Village, New York)
  • Argyle (South Dakota)
  • Argyle (Texas)
  • Argyle (Washington)
  • Argyle (West Virginia)
  • Argyle (Wisconsin)


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