Awriċċi

“Pieces of leather which are put in between the fekruna and the seffud of a windmill to prevent wear and tear.”

Ref: JA

Baff

Buff (leather of buffalo or ox-hide).

Ref: JA

Barbant

Type of leather used for shoes.

Ref: JA

Battana

English: Sheep leather used predominantly for book binding

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: B-T-N

Bragott

Tan coloured leather out of which certain items such as sandals and handbags are made of.

 

 

Dant

Deer leather usually used for making gloves.

Source; Italian

Plural: Dantijiet

Ġild

a) Hide of an animal. b) Leather.

Root: Ġ-L-D

Plural: Ġlud

 

Ġild tal-fenek

Rabbit skin.

 

Kamoxxa

Suede, chamois leather.

 

Kipp

Kip:  (in leather-making) the hide of a young or small animal.

Source: English

Kurdwana

Cordovan leather.

Source: Italian

Plural: kurdwani

Marokkin

Moroccan (Spanish leather).

Ref: JA

Plural: Marokkini