Karakul meaning

kărə-kəl
Any of a breed of Central Asian sheep having a wide tail and wool that is curled, glossy, and usually black in the young but brownish or grayish in adults.
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The pelt of a newborn or sometimes fetal karakul lamb, used for clothing.
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Wool from a karakul sheep, used for carpet yarn and felting.
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Any of a breed of medium-sized sheep native to central Asia, having long, drooping ears, long legs, and a broad, fat tail.
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The tightly curled, lustrous fur made from the fleece of its newborn lambs.
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A Central Asian breed of sheep.
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A kind of hat.
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A lake in Xinjiang province, China.
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Origin of karakul

  • After Karakul , a lake of eastern Tajikistan

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition