Merino = W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY
Merinomə-REE-noPart of speech: nounOrigin: Spanish, late 18th century
1A breed of sheep with long, fine wool.2A soft woolen or wool-and-cotton material resembling cashmere, originally of merino wool.
 
Examples of Merino in a sentence “The merino dotting the landscape added to the peaceful air.” “The most-worn item in his wardrobe was the merino wool sweater.”