gorevan

noun gor·e·van \ ¦gȯrə¦vän \

Definition of gorevan

plural -s
1 usually capitalized :a Persian rug of carpet size made with cotton warp and characterized by a medallion field covered with large angular designs and usually bordered by three to five stripes, the prevailing colors being shades of terracotta, apricot, and blue
2 :auburn

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Origin and Etymology of gorevan

from Gorevan, town in northern Iran


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