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damast Explained

damast at German => English Of Explained:

damask

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damask

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damask

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damask

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damask

Damast at German => English Of Explained:

Damast [damast]nsm
damask

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==Dutch==

Etymology

From Inter: etyl » fr|nl damas, from Damas 'Damascus', the Syrian city it's supposed to originate from

Noun

Inter: nl-noun » n|damasten|-
  • The fabric damask
    1. A similarly decorative, 'floral' pattern, notably made on finely worked metal using biting chemicals

      Derived terms

      * damastachtig (adjective)

  • damasten (adjective)
  • damastpatroon {{n}}
  • damastpruim
  • damastroos
  • damaststaal {{n}}
  • damasttekening
  • damastwater {{n}}
  • damastweefsel {{n}}
  • damastwerk {{n}}
  • damastwerker {{m}}
  • damastwever {{m}}
  • damastweefsel {{n}}
  • gedamast (adjective)
  • halfdamast {{n}}
  • meubeldamast {{n}}

    Related terms

    * damasceren
  • damassé (adjective)

    Adjective

    Inter: nl-adj » -

  • alternative form of damasten 'made of damask'

    Anagrams

    * smaadt

  • Translation: et » damast
    Translation: fr » damast