Borrowing from Greek φλοκάτη (flokáti).
flokati (plural flokatis)
- A handwoven woolen rug with a thick pile.
- 1978, André Brink, Rumours of Rain, Vintage 2000, p. 24:
- The woolly flotakis in the bedrooms, terracotta and ceramic tiles elsewhere; the few antiques Elise had skilfully harmonised with large and comfortable modern module pieces.
- For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:flokati.