brocade (n.)
1560s, from Spanish brocado, from Italian broccato "embossed cloth," originally past participle of broccare "to stud, set with nails," from brocco "small nail," from Latin broccus "projecting, pointed" (see broach (n.)).
brocade (v.)
1650s (implied in brocaded), from brocade (n.). Related: Brocading.