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galyak

or gal·yac

[ gal-yak ]
/ ˈgæl yæk /
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noun
a sleek, flat fur made from lambskin or from the pelt of a young goat.
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Origin of galyak

Of uncertain origin
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British Dictionary definitions for galyak

galyak

galyac

/ (ˈɡæljæk, ɡælˈjæk) /

noun
a smooth glossy fur obtained from the skins of newborn or premature lambs and kids

Word Origin for galyak

from Russian (Uzbek dialect)
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