madapollam

noun mad·a·pol·lam \ˌmadəˈpäləm\
variants: or

madapolam

\ˌmadəˈpäləm\

Definition of madapollam

plural

-s

  1. :  a soft plain cotton now woven in various weights in England

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Origin and Etymology of madapollam

from Madapollam, suburb of Narsapur, India, where it was originally made


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