noun pru·nel·la \prü-ˈne-lə\

Definition of PRUNELLA

:  a twilled woolen dress fabric
:  a heavy woolen fabric used for the uppers of shoes

Variants of PRUNELLA

pru·nel·la also pru·nelle \-ˈnel\

Origin of PRUNELLA

French prunelle, literally, sloe, from diminutive of prune plum
First Known Use: 1670


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