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lamb·skin

 (lăm′skĭn′)
n.
1. The hide of a lamb, especially when dressed without removing the fleece, as for a garment.
2. Leather made from the dressed hide of a lamb.
3. Parchment made from such hide.

lambskin

(ˈlæmˌskɪn)
n
1. (Textiles) the skin of a lamb, esp with the wool still on
2. (Clothing & Fashion)
a. a material or garment prepared from this skin
b. (as modifier): a lambskin coat.
3. (Textiles) a cotton or woollen fabric resembling this skin

lamb•skin

(ˈlæmˌskɪn)

n.
1. the skin of a lamb, esp. when dressed with its wool, and used for clothing.
2. leather made from such skin.
3. parchment made from such skin.
[1325–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lambskin - the skin of a lamb with the wool still onlambskin - the skin of a lamb with the wool still on
fur, pelt - the dressed hairy coat of a mammal
broadtail - the fur of a very young karakul lamb
Persian lamb - the fur of a karakul lamb
2.lambskin - skin of a sheep or goat prepared for writing on
animal skin - the outer covering of an animal
vellum - fine parchment prepared from the skin of a young animal e.g. a calf or lamb
Translations
جِلْد الحَمَل المَدْبوغ
beránekz beránka
lammeskind
báránybõr
lambskinn
barančinaz barančiny
kuzu derisi

lambskin

[ˈlæmskɪn] N(piel f de) cordero m

lambskin

[ˈlæmskɪn] n(peau f d')agneau m

lambskin

[ˈlæmˌskɪn] n(pelle f d') agnello

lamb

(lӕm) noun
1. a young sheep. The ewe has had three lambs.
2. its flesh eaten as food. a roast leg of lamb.
3. a lovable or gentle person, usually a child.
ˈlambskin noun, adjective
(of) the skin of a lamb with the wool left on it. a lambskin coat.
ˈlambswool (ˈlӕmz-) noun, adjective
(of) a fine type of wool obtained from a lamb. a lambswool sweater.
References in classic literature ?
The foremost, wearing a Cossack cloak and lambskin cap and riding a white horse, was Prince Bagration.
No vair or ermine decked this garment; but in respect of his age, the Grand Master, as permitted by the rules, wore his doublet lined and trimmed with the softest lambskin, dressed with the wool outwards, which was the nearest approach he could regularly make to the use of fur, then the greatest luxury of dress.
in the middle of the park, the old trees of the planting area will be poured and five lambskins will be planted.