dornick or dorneck [dawr-nik]
1. a stout linen cloth, especially one of a damask linen.
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Origin: 1400-50; late Middle English dornyk, after Doornik (French Tournai), where the cloth was first made
1. a small stone that is easy to throw
Origin: 1830-40, Americanism; < Irish dornóg small casting stone (literally, fistful)
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