A fine kind of leather, prepared commonly from goatskin (though an inferior kind is made of sheepskin), and tanned with sumac and dyed of various colors; -- said to have been first made by the Moors.
Goatskin used for binding, usually higher quality
Refers to a type of leather made from goatskin.
A fine pebble-grained leather, typically used in fine or high quality bindings because of its interesting texture. It was originally made from goatskins tanned with sumac. Today, the term applies both to this leather and any leather made in imitation of it. Also called Morocco leather. See also CALF VELLUM
A North African nation that was part of the French colonial empire before World War II. The Allies captured Morocco as part of the North African campaign that began November 8, 1942.
a kingdom (constitutional monarchy) in northwestern Africa with a largely Muslim population; achieved independence from France in 1956
Kingdom in the north west of Africa.
the African country across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain.
Ministry of Economy and Finance Directorate of Foreign investment Administration of Customs and Indirect Taxes Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Directorate of Statistics
To see morocco in your dreams, foretells that you will receive substantial aid from unexpected sources. Your love will be rewarded by faithfulness.
Morocco is a 1930 film in which a Foreign Legionnaire meets and falls in love with a sultry seductress. It stars Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich and Adolphe Menjou.