A soft good fabric of goatskin tanned with sumac, employed for book bindings and shoes.
A soft fabric, made of goatskin, used especially in bookbinding.
a superb particular leather-based, prepared frequently from goatskin (though an inferior type is constructed of sheepskin), and tanned with sumac and colored of varied colors; -- believed to have already been first-made because of the Moors.
Leather made from goatskins, tanned with sumac, originally in Barbary States, but later very mainly in Levant, and now produced in Europe from skins imported from Asia and Africa.
Leather built in replica of the, frequently of sheepskins, and employed for the same purposes, but much more mainly in shoemaking.
a really strong kind of ale anciently produced in Cumberland, said to have some beef among its components, the recipe becoming held a secret.
a kingdom (constitutional monarchy) in northwestern Africa with a largely Muslim populace; accomplished independency from France in 1956
a soft pebble-grained leather-based created from goatskin; used for footwear and guide bindings etc.