noun cam·e·line \ˈkaməˌlēn, -m(ə)lə̇n\

Definition of cameline



  1. 1 :  a twilled camel's-hair fabric

  2. 2 :  a garment made of cameline

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Origin and Etymology of cameline

Middle English camelyn, from Middle French camelin, from Medieval Latin camelinum, from Latin, neuter of camelinus of a camel, from camelus camel — more at camel

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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