noun cam·let \ˈkam-lət\

Definition of CAMLET

a :  a medieval Asian fabric of camel hair or angora wool
b :  a European fabric of silk and wool
c :  a fine lustrous woolen
:  a garment made of camlet

Origin of CAMLET

Middle English cameloit, from Middle French camelot, from Arabic khamlat woolen plush
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with CAMLET


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