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From French _mousseline_, from Italian _mussolina_, from _Mussolo_ (“Mosul”), that is Mosul in northern Iraq (compare 1875 KNIGHT, EDWARD H., _Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary_, V2 p1502: "Muslins are so called from Moussol in India.")

From French mousseline, from Italian mussolina, from Mussolo (“Mosul”), that is Mosul in northern Iraq (compare 1875 Knight, Edward H., Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary, V2 p1502: "Muslins are so called from Moussol in India.")

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MUSLIN (_plural_ MUSLINS) * (textile) Any of several varieties of thin cotton cloth. * 1875, Edward H. Knight, _Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary_, Vol.2 p.1502: A bleached or unbleached thin white cotton cloth, unprinted and undyed. [Nineteen varieties are thereafter listed.] * 1906, Stanley J. Weyman, _Chippinge Borough_, chapterI: It was April 22, 1831, and a young man was walking down Whitehall in the direction of Parliament Street. He wore shepherd's plaid trousers and the swallow-tail coat of the day, with a figured MUSLIN cravat wound about his wide-spread collar. * (US) Fabric made of cotton, flax (linen), hemp, or silk, finely or coarsely woven. * 1875, Edward H. Knight, _Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary_, Vol.2 pp.1502−3: Other very different styles of fabric are now indifferently called MUSLINS, and the term is used differently on the respective sides of the Atlantic. * A term used for a wide variety of tightly-woven thin fabrics, especially those used for bedlinen. * (US) Woven cotton or linen fabrics, especially when used for items other than garments. * A dressmaker's pattern made from inexpensive cloth for fitting. TRANSLATIONS

muslin (plural muslins)

  1. (textile) Any of several varieties of thin cotton cloth.
  2. (US) Fabric made of cotton, flax (linen), hemp, or silk, finely or coarsely woven.
  3. A term used for a wide variety of tightly-woven thin fabrics, especially those used for bedlinen.
  4. (US) Woven cotton or linen fabrics, especially when used for items other than garments.
  5. A dressmaker's pattern made from inexpensive cloth for fitting.

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* http://www.fabrics-manufacturers.com/muslin.html

  • http://www.fabrics-manufacturers.com/muslin.html


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