natte

noun nat·te \nəˈtā\

Definition of natte

plural

-s

  1. :  a basket weave made with contrasting colors in the warp and weft; also :  a fabric with such a weave woven usually from silk, rayon, and cotton

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Origin and Etymology of natte

French natté, from past participle of natter to plait, braid, from natte mat, from Late Latin natta, alteration of matta — more at mat


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