sindon

noun
sin·don | \ˈsindən\
plural -s

Definition of sindon 

1 archaic : a fine fabric especially of linen

2 archaic : a covering made of sindon: such as

a : shroud Christ's sindon

b : corporal entry 1

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History and Etymology for sindon

Middle English, from Latin, from Greek sindōn

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