goatskin

[goht-skin]
noun
1.
the skin or hide of a goat.
2.
leather made from it.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see goat, skin

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goatskin (ˈɡəʊtˌskɪn)
 
n
1.  the hide of a goat
2.  a.  something made from the hide of a goat, such as leather or a container for wine
 b.  (as modifier): a goatskin rug

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Example sentences
They were bare-headed and wore cotton dresses and goatskin shoes.
Pearlescent light glows from behind scrims of pale goatskin, and a lone white
  orchid droops in each of six arched windows.
In the first part of the picture he wobbles about carrying a goatskin water bag.
Somebody better bring him some cool water in a goatskin.
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