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stamin

[ stam-in ]
/ ˈstæm ɪn /
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noun

a coarse woolen fabric, used in the manufacture of garments.

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Origin of stamin

1175–1225; Middle English <Middle French estamine ≪ Latin stāminea, feminine of stāmineus consisting of threads, equivalent to stāmin- (see stamen) + -eus-eous

Definition for stamin (2 of 2)

stamin-

variant of stamini- before a vowel: staminate.
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