mohair mohair  /ˈmoʊ ˌhɛr/


  • (n) fabric made with yarn made from the silky hair of the Angora goat


  1. Today's green-minded families go far beyond eco-consumerism--the buying of organic baby goodies like mohair-filled crib mattresses, flame-retardant-free pajamas and fair-trade toys.
  2. His forte is fabric research: light as air mohair jacquard and organza bonded cotton.
  3. A pack of angora goats, a source of mohair, cluster together on a ranch in Sonora, Texas.


  • Ag calendar, June 16

    Tuesday-Thursday — 76th annual Wool & Mohair Show, National 4-H Wool Judging, FFA Wool Judging contests, Sutton County 4-H Civic Center, Sonora.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The San Angelo Standard-Times

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  1. "The joke is that my first collection, when I was still living in Chicago ...... was wool pants and turtlenecks in thick mohair. Sweaters and mittens. It was shearlings. A buyer said to me, `Everywhere in the US is not like Chicago.' It was totally...
    on Jan 16, 2009 By: Cynthia Rowley Source: AZ

  2. "Those were challenging times as we searched for ways to promote mohair and develop a better market," Briscoe told a group of Angora goat raisers in 2004. "I am proud of what is happening with the council these days as they continue to find...
    on Jun 28, 2010 By: Dolph Briscoe Source: San Angelo Standard Times

  3. "He had a mohair coat, wore expensive hand-made shoes and drove a Bristol motor car," says Myatt. "He told me he was a professor of physics. I believed him."
    on Dec 8, 2005 By: John Myatt Source:

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