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palampore

[ pal-uhm-pawr, -pohr ]
/ ˈpæl əmˌpɔr, -ˌpoʊr /
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noun
a cotton print woven in India and used for clothing, canopies, etc.
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Also pal·am·poor [pal-uhm-poor]. /ˈpæl əmˌpʊər/.

Origin of palampore

First recorded in 1690–1700; probably after Palanpur, city in Rajputana, India
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