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ki·lim

 (kē-lēm′, kĭl′ĭm)
n.
A pileless, tapestry-woven rug or other textile with geometric designs in rich, brilliant colors, traditionally made in parts of the Middle East and neighboring regions.

[Turkish, from Persian gilīm, garment made of wool or goat hair, blanket, rug; perhaps akin to Akkadian gulēnu and Aramaic glīmā, cloak.]
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kilim

(kɪˈlim; ˈkiːlɪm)
n
(Textiles) a pileless woven rug of intricate design made in the Middle East
[C19: from Turkish, from Persian kilīm]
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ki•lim

(kiˈlim, ˈkɪl ɪm)

n.
a pileless, tapestry-woven rug or other covering made in various parts of the Middle East, E Europe, and Turkestan.
[1880–85; < Turkish < Persian gilīm coarse-woven blanket]
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Browse fine art, unique gifts and artisan jewelry by Nikki Sedacca, Kelim Jewelry Designs, Jonathan Ralston, Julie Vos and Carter Wentworth.
The exchange last week was Feldman's first attempt since registering as a resident of Iceland at explaining to a local a potentially awkward Jewish religious custom: in this case, "tevilat kelim" -- immersing utensils acquired from non-Jews to make them kosher.
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23:40) and in the Mishnah (Berakhot 7:3; Kelim 13:2, 16:8; Makkot 3:6; Shabbat 8:3, 10:6).
Kelim 1:6-9), Jerusalem was considered the navel or the center of Judea, while the temple stood at the center of Jerusalem.
Dakhla is also known for wool kelims. "One of the most spectacular kelims of the Western Desert is the Khurg," writes Vivian, "a Bedouin kelim used to cover camels; usually dyed in orange, red, black and white then woven into geometric patterns by Bedouin women."