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stammel

/ (ˈstæməl) /
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noun
a coarse woollen cloth in former use for undergarments, etc, and usually dyed red
the bright red colour of this cloth
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Word Origin for stammel

C16: from Old French estamin, from Latin stāmineus made of threads, from stāmen a thread; see stamen
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