damast

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Etymology[edit]

From French damas, from Damas 'Damascus', the Syrian city it's supposed to originate from

Pronunciation[edit]

  • Hyphenation: da‧mast

Noun[edit]

damast n (plural damasten)

  1. The fabric damask
  2. A similarly decorative, 'floral' pattern, notably made on finely worked metal using biting chemicals

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Adjective[edit]

damast (not comparable)

  1. alternative form of damasten 'made of damask'

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