1. Resembling velvet in having a smooth soft surface; SYN. velvety.
2. Smooth and soft to sight or hearing or touch or taste; SYN. velvety.
velvet | englesko - srpski prevod
ETYM Old Eng. velouette, veluet, velwet; cf. Old Fren. velluau, Late Lat. velluetum, vellutum, Italian velluto, Spanish velludo; all from (assumed) Late Lat. villutus shaggy, fr Latin villus shaggy hair; akin to vellus a fleece, and Eng. wool. Related to Wool, Villous.
A silky densely piled fabric with a plain back.
Fabric of silk, cotton, nylon, or other textile, with a short, thick pile. Utrecht in the Netherlands and Genoa, Italy, are traditional centers of manufacture. It is woven on a double loom, then cut between the center pile to form velvet nap.