Barracan

• (n.) A thick, strong stuff, somewhat like camlet; -- still used for outer garments in the Levant.
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Barracan

Bar'ra·can noun [ French baracan , bouracan (cf. Pr. barracan , Italian baracane , Spanish barragan , Portuguese barregana , Late Latin barracanus ), from Arabic barrakān a kind of black gown, perhaps from Persian barak a garmen...
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barracan

fine silk cloth
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Barracan

Strictly, barracan is a thick strong stuff made in Iran and Armenia of camel's hair, but the name has been applied to various wool, flax, and cotton fabrics.
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