Cordovan (noun)

  1. A type of leather made from the skin of horses, known for its durability and shine.
  2. A dark reddish-brown color, similar to the color of cordovan leather.

Origin:

From the name of córdoba, a city in spain, where the leather was originally produced.

Examples:

  1. The briefcase was made of cordovan leather, making it both stylish and practical.
  2. He wore a cordovan belt that perfectly matched his shoes.
  3. The color of the cordovan sofa added a touch of elegance to the room.
  4. She had a cordovan purse that was the envy of all her friends.
  5. The cordovan leather seats in his car were not only comfortable, but also easy to clean.
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