- a tightly woven Oriental rug with soft colors and, usually, a center design.
Origin of Sarouk
First recorded in 1895–1900; named after Sarouk, village in western Iran
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Examples from the Web for saruk
Not once, in the dozens of visits that he made, did Saruk see a woman at the theater.
The images that Saruk captured perfectly convey that essence.
For the most part, people were okay with Saruk moving around and taking photos.
“It was really dark and really gritty and had a lot of character,” Saruk told The Daily Beast.
Saruk has some poplars, and is surrounded by a ruinous mud wall.Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan, Volume I (of 2)
Isabella L. Bird
Saruk rugs are very closely woven in the hamlet bearing this name.Rugs: Oriental and Occidental, Antique & Modern
Rosa Belle Holt