noun, plural cal·i·man·cos.
noun, plural cal·a·man·cos for 2.
Origin of calamanco
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Historical Examples of calimanco
The tortoise-shell used to be called, in England, the Calimanco.Concerning Cats
Helen M. Winslow
What should ail them, but a jacket and petticoat of good yard-wide stuff, or calimanco, might keep them decent and warm.Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business
Bathing gowns are made of blue or white flannel, stuff, calimanco, or blue linen.Women's Bathing and Swimming Costume in the United States
Claudia B. Kidwell