Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|leather made from fishskin.
|a closely-curled black or grey fur from fleece of KARAKUL lambs; a cloth resembling this.
|a sheepskin roughly tanned and undressed. [Ar. bitanah, lining].
|the skin of a bear; also a shaggy woollen cloth used for overcoats.
|fur prepared from the skin of very young KARAKUL lambs.
|the skin of a buck, used e.g. for gloves.
|a soft leather made from the skins of a hairy S American sheep.
|the skin of a calf, making a fine leather suitable for bookbinding and shoes.
|a cloth made from camelhair.
|a type of soft leather made from the skins of long-haired sheep or lambs.
|the skin of a cat esp. as used to make e.g. gloves.
|a leather prepared from the skin of the chamois; (verb) to rub with a chammy leather.
|checklaton shecklaton schecklaton
|a kind of gilt leather.
|a soft, flexible, kidskin leather.
|a kind of thin kid leather.
|the skin of a raccoon, esp. as used to make a cap.
|the hide of a cow, esp as made into a leather; (verb) to whip with a leather whip made from cowhide.
|the skin of a cow.
|the tightly curled grey or black fur from a Crimean lamb.
|the skin of a deer, esp. as used for garments.
|the skin of a female fallow deer.
|the skin of a dog, or leather made of the skin.
|a type of leather. [From Dongola, a small town on the Nile].
|a white fur, the stoat's winter coat in northern lands.
|trimmed with ERMINE.
|the skin of a fish.
|the fur of the polecat.
|a sheep's coat of wool; (verb) to swindle.
|like a fleece > FLEECIER, FLEECIEST.
|fur, beaver-down; (verb) an old form of FLUX > FLIXES, FLIXING, FLIXED.
|the skin of a fox.
|the thick, soft, fine hair of certain animals; (verb) to cover or coat with fur.
|furs, in general.
|a soft glossy fur from a stillborn lamb or kid. [Russian golyak, from goly, smooth].
|the hide of a goat.
|the hide of a horse.
|leather prepared from the skin of young or small cattle, intermediate in grade between CALFSKIN and COWHIDE.
|the skin of a lamb.
|rabbit; rabbit fur.
|a tanned, tawed, or otherwise dressed skin; (verb) to beat with a leather belt.
|made of leather.
|of or like leather > LEATHERIER, LEATHERIEST.
|the skin of a leopard > LEOPARDSKINS.
|goat leather, morocco leather.
|the skin or fur of a mole; also, a superior kind of cotton resembling this.
|the hair of a moose.
|the hide of a moose.
|a fine goatskin leather tanned with sumac, first brought from Morocco.
|a sheepskin processed to look like the fur of another animal.
|a kind of soft leather prepared from sheep- or goat-skin by a special tawing process.
|the hide of an ox.
|rawhide soaked in lye and water, then dried on a stretcher for shields.
|lacking a pelt.
|the skins of animals with the fur on them.
|the skin of a pig.
|plew plu plue
|a beaver skin.
|the skin of a foal used as a fur.
|the fine, soft, light-brown under layer of hair on the musk ox; yarn spun from this hair. [Inupiaq, pl. of qiviuq.]
|(a rope or whip) of untanned leather; (verb) to whip with a rawhide.
|Russia leather, a fine brownish-red leather impregnated with birch tar oil, used esp in bookbinding.
|a brightly-coloured goatskin or sheepskin leather.
|the skin of a seal.
|a granular leather made from horse's or donkey's skin; the skin of shark, ray, etc, covered with small nodules.
|the skin of a sheep.
|the skin of a SLINK (a prematurely born calf), or leather made from it.
|the skin of a snake.
|a piece of undressed leather used in making glue > SPETCHES.
|undressed kidskin or soft leather; (verb) to give a suede finish to > SUEDES, SUEDING, SUEDED.
|(Fr.) a fleece.
|the dense, soft fur beneath coarse outer hairs.
|squirrel fur, much used in medieval times, to line and trim robes.
|calf or lamb gut or skin prepared for writing on; parchment.
|soft velvety hair or fur > VILLI. [L. villus, tuft, shaggy hair].
|leather dressed with alum.
|the skin of a wolf.
|a sheep's skin with the wool still on it.
|a sheepskin with the wool still on it.
|a limp leather binding. [From Yapp, a bookseller].
|a kind of Russian leather.
|the fur of the sable; also a soft woollen material with a lustrous pile.
|a euphemism for skunk fur as used to make garments.