Cotton (noun)

  1. A soft, white, downy substance surrounding the seeds of the cotton plant, used to make thread and fabric.
  2. A plant that produces cotton fibers.
  3. A fabric made from the fibers of the cotton plant.

Origin:

From middle english coton, from old english cotun, from latin cotonem, from ancient greek κόττων (kóttōn), from arabic قطن‎ (qaṭan).

Examples:

  1. The shirt is made of cotton.
  2. Cotton is a major crop in the southern United States.
  3. She picked cotton in the fields.
  4. Cotton is a natural fiber.
  5. Cotton is a versatile fabric that can be used in a variety of clothing items.
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