Is 'bespoke' a British term?

Hello everyone, it seems to me that the term ‘bespoke’ is used in Great Britain only. Is that correct? Many thanks, Torsten[YSaerTTEW443543]

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I think using “bespoke” when referring to custom made suits is fairly common in the U.S., although “custom-made” is probably still more popular (I bet people who can actually afford bespoke suits use the term more often than us plebeians). But using bespoke for other custom-made things is still pretty uncommon here: