Sendal meaning

sĕndl
A thin light silk used in the Middle Ages for fine garments, church vestments, and banners.
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A light silk fabric used in the Middle Ages for costumes, flags, etc.
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(historical) A light silk cloth.
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Origin of sendal

  • Middle English cendal from Old French ultimately from Greek sindōn fine linen

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

  • From Old French cendal.

    From Wiktionary