Origin of sarcenetMiddle English sarsenet ; from Anglo-French sarzinett, diminutive ; from Old French Sarrazin: see Saracen
Origin of sarcenetMiddle English sarsenet, from Anglo-Norman sarzinett, perhaps from Old French Saracin, Saracen, from Late Latin Sarac&emacron;nus; see Saracen.
- Alternative form of sarsenet.
- Thou green sarcenet flap for a sore eye. "” Shakespeare.
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