[sometimesK-] a patterned, reversible wool rug in a flat weave, produced in Turkey, other parts of the Middle East, and some parts of E Europe
also kilim rug
Origin of kilimTurkish from Persian kil?m
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.
Origin of kilimTurkish from Persian gilīm garment made of wool or goat hair, blanket, rug perhaps akin to Akkadian gulēnu Aramaic glīmā cloak