Camlet

Camlet, also commonly known as camelot or camblet, is a woven fabric that might have originally been made of camel or goat`s hair, later chiefly of goat`s hair and silk, or of wool and cotton. The original form of this cloth was very valuable; the term later came to be applied to imitations of the original eastern fabric. In the 18th century, En.....
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Camlet

• (n.) A woven fabric originally made of camel`s hair, now chiefly of goat`s hair and silk, or of wool and cotton.
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camlet

camlet fabric noun a fabric of Asian origin; originally made of silk and camel`s hair
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Camlet

Cam'let noun [ French camelot (akin to Spanish camelote , chamelote , Italian cambellbito , ciambellotto , Late Latin camelotum , camelinum , from Arabic khamlat camlet, from kaml pile, plush. The word was early confused with camel
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Camlet

Camlet is a fabric made of long wool, hand spun, sometimes mixed with cotton, silk or linen. Originally (in the middle ages) it was made from camel's hair and later (circa 1900) from the hair of the Angora goat.
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camlet

strong waterproof silk or wool fabric
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camlet

[n] - a garment made of camlet fabric 2. [n] - a fabric of Asian origin
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