Meaning of armozeen in English:

armozeen

(also armozine)

Pronunciation /ɑːməˈziːn/

noun

historical
  • A heavy plain silk fabric, usually black, formerly used especially for clerical robes or mourning. Also (chiefly in plural): a piece of this fabric.

    Recorded earliest in attributive use.

Origin

Early 16th century. From (i) Middle French, French †armoisin, †armezin.