estamin

noun
es·ta·min | \ ˈestəmə̇n \
variants: or estamene \ˈestəˌmēn, ˌ⸗⸗ˈ⸗ \
plural -s

Definition of estamin 

: a worsted twilled fabric with a rough face

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History and Etymology for estamin

from obsolete French estamine (now étamine), from Middle French, from Medieval Latin staminia, from Latin staminea, feminine of stamineus made of threads, from stamin-, stamen warp, thread, cloth

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