Samite

Samite was a luxurious and heavy silk fabric worn in the Middle Ages, of a twill-type weave, often including gold or silver thread. The word was derived from Old French samit, from medieval Latin samitum, examitum deriving from the Byzantine Greek ἑξάμιτον hexamiton `six threads`, usually interpreted as indicating the use of six yarns i.....
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Samite

• (a.) A species of silk stuff, or taffeta, generally interwoven with gold.
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samite

noun a heavy silk fabric (often woven with silver or gold threads); used to make clothing in the Middle Ages
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Samite

[musician] Samite is the stage name for African musician Samite Mulondo. Originally from Uganda, Samite now lives in Ithaca, New York. He plays the flute and kalimba, a type of thumb piano. Samite is also a co-founder of Musicians for World Harmony, a nonprofit organization that introduces music to African orphans. Samite co-founded the cha...
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Samite

Sa'mite adjective [ Old French samit , Late Latin samitum , examitum , from LGr. ..., ... woven with six threads; Greek ... six + ... a thread. See Six , and confer Dimity .] A species of silk stuff, or taffeta, generally interwoven with gold. Tennyson. ...
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samite

rich and heavy silk, sometimes interwoven with gold or silver
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samite

[n] - a heavy silk fabric (often woven with silver or gold threads)
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