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goathair

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From goat +‎ hair.

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goathair (uncountable)

  1. The hair of a goat, especially as used in making textiles.
    • 1999, William & Fidelity Lancaster, People, Land and Water in the Arab Middle East, page 239
      At the front and back of the roof, narrow strips of woven goathair (mukhal) are usually sewn on to provide a bed for the pins which attach the front and back curtain walls (rugwâg) to the roof.

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