[ stam-in ]
/ ˈstæm ɪn /
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a coarse woolen fabric, used in the manufacture of garments.
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variant of stamini- before a vowel: staminate.
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Example sentences from the Web for stamin
Stamin or stamine is usually explained as a kind of woollen cloth.
The fact that Ovid's word is stamina is in favour of the spelling stamin.