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deerskin

[ deer-skin ]
/ ˈdɪərˌskɪn /
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noun
the skin of a deer.
leather made from this.
a garment made of such leather.
adjective
made of deerskin: a deerskin jacket.
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Origin of deerskin

1350–1400; Middle English dereskin, variant of deres skin.See deer, skin
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British Dictionary definitions for deerskin

deerskin
/ (ˈdɪəˌskɪn) /

noun
  1. the hide of a deer
  2. (as modifier)a deerskin jacket
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