Definition of mockado
1 : a fabric made chiefly in the 16th and 17th centuries usually of wool and in imitation of velvet
2 obsolete : inferior stuff : trumpery
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Origin and Etymology of mockado
modification of obsolete Italian mocaiardo, mocaiarro fabric of camel's or goat's hair, mohair
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