a soft textile with a short, velvety nap, originally made of cotton with a spun-silk filling
Origin of duvetynFrench duvetine from duvet, eiderdown from MFr, altered from dumet from Old French dum, dun, altered (? after plume) from Old Norse dunn, down
A soft, short-napped fabric with a twill weave, made of wool, cotton, rayon, or silk.
Origin of duvetynFrench duvetine from duvet down ; see duvet .
- Alternative spelling of duvetyne.