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maroquin

/ -kwɪn; ˌmærəˈkiːn; ˈmærəkɪn /

noun

  1. tanning morocco leather


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Word History and Origins

Origin of maroquin1

C16: from French: Moroccan
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Example Sentences

The coup d'etat of Maroquin took away from Colombia herself the power of government and vested it in an irresponsible dictator.

Cape morocco, also called maroquin cras, is similar to this.

Morocco, Levant morocco, and maroquin all denote the same kind.

Maroquin, mar′o-kwin, n. leather prepared from goatskin: morocco leather.

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