cheverel

noun chev·er·el \ˈshev(ə)rəl\
variants: or

cheveril

\-ə̇l\

Definition of cheverel

plural

-s

  1. :  soft elastic leather made of kidskin :  kid leather

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Origin and Etymology of cheverel

Middle English chevrelle, from Middle French chevrele kid, diminutive of chèvre, chievre, from Latin capra she-goat, feminine of capr-, caper goat — more at capriole


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