armure

[ ahr-myer ]
/ ˈɑr myər /

noun

a woolen or silk fabric woven with a small, raised pattern.

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Origin of armure

1875–80; < F. See armor
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British Dictionary definitions for armure

armure
/ (ˈɑːmjʊə) /

noun

a silk or wool fabric with a small cobbled pattern

Word Origin for armure

C19: from French: armour
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