Definition of radzimir
1 archaic : a silk fabric usually black for mourning clothes
2 : a firm silk or rayon fabric for women's clothing often made with lengthwise ribs or a broken twill weave
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Origin and Etymology of radzimir
probably modification of French ras de Saint-Maur short-napped cloth of Saint Maur
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