Meaning of posteen in English:

posteen

(also poshteen, poshtin, pushtin)

Pronunciation /pɒʃˈtiːn/

noun

  • A coat or jacket, chiefly of Afghan origin, made of animal hide (generally sheepskin) retaining the fleece on the inside.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Mountstuart Elphinstone (1779–1859), administrator in India. From Persian regional pōstīn, Persian pūstīn coat of fur or fleece from early modern Persian pōst skin, hide, pelt.