Meaning of LAWN in English

LAWN

I. noun see: land Date: 14th century an open space between woods ; glade , ground (as around a house or in a garden or park) that is covered with grass and is kept mowed, a relatively even layer of bacteria covering the surface of a culture medium, ~ or ~y adjective II. noun Etymology: Middle English ~e, laund, probably from Laon, France Date: 15th century a fine sheer linen or cotton fabric of plain weave that is thinner than cambric, ~y adjective

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