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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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