noun see zibeline

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • zibelline — n. sablel s fur; thick soft and lustrous woolen fabric made from the hair of different animals (such camels, alpacas, llamas and goats) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • zibelline — zib·el·line …   English syllables

  • zibelline —   a. pertaining to sables …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • zibelline — noun see zibeline …   Useful english dictionary

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  • zibeline — or zibelline noun Etymology: zibeline (cloth), from earlier zibeline, noun, sable, sable fur, from Middle French, from Old Italian zibellino, of Slavic origin; akin to Russian sobol sable Date: 1847 a soft lustrous wool fabric with mohair, alpaca …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Sable — For other uses, see Sable (disambiguation). Sable Conservation status …   Wikipedia

  • List of Spanish words of various origins — This is a list of Spanish words of various origins. It includes words from Australian Aboriginal languages, Balti, Berber, Caló, Czech, Dravidian languages, Egyptian, Hungarian, Ligurian, Mongolian, Slavic (such as Old Church Slavonic, Polish,… …   Wikipedia

  • Martes zibellina —   Marta cibelina …   Wikipedia Español

  • zibeline — /zib euh luyn , leen , lin/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the sable. n. 2. the fur of the sable. 3. a thick woolen cloth with a flattened hairy nap. Also, zibelline. [1575 85; < MF < It zibellino, ult. from the same source as SABLE; cf. OF, OPr… …   Universalium

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