Mohair fiber Definition: Definitions for the Clothing & fabric Industry
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Mohair is a silk-like fabric made from the hair of the Angora goat. It is durable, light and warm. The word was adopted into English before 1570 from the Arabic mukhayyar, a type of haircloth, literally 'choice', from khayyana, 'he chose'.
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