Shantung meaning

shăn-tŭng
A heavy, usually silk fabric with a rough nubby surface.
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A fabric with a slub filling, made from the silk of wild silkworms.
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A similar fabric of rayon, acetate, cotton, etc.
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A heavy fabric, with a rough surface, made from wild silk.
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A fabric of some other material having the same characteristics.
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Origin of shantung

  • After Shantung

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

  • From Mandarin Shandong in China.

    From Wiktionary