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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
cordwainer (KORD-way-nuhr) noun
[From Old French cordewan, from Spanish cordobán (from Cordoba).]
Originally, a cordwainer was a shoemaker who worked with cordwain (or cordovan), a supple leather made from goatskin. The leather was named after Cordoba, a city in south Spain famed for this soft leather.
"Luke Pollock, a cordwainer, is the owner of The English Leather Shop
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