camaca

camaca

[kam-uh-kuh]
noun
a heavy fabric of silk or mixed fibers, much used in the Middle Ages.
Also, camaka, camoca.


Origin:
1325–75; Middle English < Medieval Latin camoca < Arabic or Persian kamkha, kimkha

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