- the young lamb of the Karakul sheep.
- the lustrous, tightly curled fur of this animal, used to make coats and hats and as a trimming on various kinds of apparel and accessories.
Origin of Persian lamb
First recorded in 1885–90
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He was about a nickel's worth of near-man with Persian-lamb whiskers and the disposition of a pint of modified milk.At Good Old Siwash
- a black loosely curled fur obtained from the skin of the karakul lamb
- a karakul lamb
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