Etymology
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tulle (n.)

fine silk bobbin-net, 1817, from Tulle, town in central France, where the fabric was first manufactured. The place name is Medieval Latin Tutelae, said to be from Tutela, name of a pagan god.

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Definitions of tulle

tulle (n.)
a fine (often starched) net used for veils or tutus or gowns;
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