camelin (s.xiiim)

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camelin (s.xiiim)

[ FEW: 19,64b hamlat; Gdf: 1,773b camelin 2; GdfC: ; TL: 2,193 chamelin; DEAF:  chamelot (chamelin); DMF:  camelin 1; TLF:  camelin; OED:  cameline1; MED:  camelin n.; DMLBS: 248c camelinus ]
cameline,  camelyn,  camely  


1 textile of camel hair (?)
( c.1170; MS: s.xiiim ) E Horn si ad turné [...] Tut dreit envers la cort od sun chapel feutrin (var. (H: s.xiiim) mantel camelin )  3982 (var.)


1textilecameline, sort of costly fabric made of wool mixed with silk and (supposedly) camel's hair
( MS: s.xiii ) Pannarii [...] vendunt pannos albos et nigros, camelinos gloss: (L) de camelin (var. (C: s.xiiiex) de camelot ) [...]  i 199.41 and ii 133.41
( 1291-92 )  deus mauntels de camelyn  19
( 1298 )  E une robe de blaunke cameline linet de cendel  100
( 1304-05 )  un bon drap e fyn d’escarlet, e un autre fyn camely  120
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