nounpl. -·pac′as or -·pac′a
- a domesticated South American llama (Lama glama pacos) with valuable, long, silky, brown or black wool
- its wool
- a thin cloth woven from this wool, often mixed with other fibers
- a glossy, generally black cloth of cotton or rayon, used for linings, suits, etc.
Origin of alpacaSpanish from Aymara allpaca