a fabric with a raised design
also written cloque
Origin of cloquéFr, literally , blistered, past participle of cloquer, to blister from cloque, a blister, bubble, dialect, dialectal variant, variety of cloche, a bell: see cloche
A cotton, silk, or rayon fabric with a raised woven pattern and a puckered or quilted look.
Origin of cloqueFrench cloqué past participle of cloquer to become blistered from cloque blister from Medieval Latin clocca bell ; see clock 1.
- A fabric with an embossed design.